Toohey, Paul
March 2007
Bulletin with Newsweek;3/13/2007, Vol. 125 Issue 6560, p20
The article discusses the role of Alfredo Reinado as the rebel leader in East Timor. Reinado and his renegade band occupied Same, East Timor. Australia has had 800 troops in East Timor since the troubles of 2006 as part of their mandate to stabilise and keep the peace. Now, instead of responding to minor street flare-ups, they are preparing for a battle. Reinado hates the ruling Fretilin party, describing them as corrupt communists who have used their army to kill their own people.


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