Tapol bulletin no, 59, September 1983

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(1983) Tapol bulletin no, 59, September 1983. Tapol bulletin (59). pp. 1-24. ISSN 1356-1154

Abstract

Contents: New bloodbath engulfs East Timor: OV10 Broncos operating again -- Interview with former Bishop of East Timor -- Junta ... and dynasty? -- Australian MP's report "tendentious, superficial and misleading" says dissenting Senator MacIntosh -- "If people could live where they liked, there would be no food shortage in East Timor" -- Forced labour widespread in Timorese resettlement camps -- Amnesty exposes Indonesian brutalities in East Timor -- Amnesty protests against authorised torture in East Timor -- Army killings continue: press reporting now banned -- The mysterious jeep on the Cimedang Bridge -- Lawyers escape kidnap attempt -- Papuan kills Indonesian in revenge for barbarism -- IGGI commends military regime for its political courage -- Book review: A People Betrayed, James Dunn -- Former political prisoner sues government -- New anti-PKI purges in progress

Item type Article
URI https://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/26292
Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1606 Political Science
Historical > FOR Classification > 1608 Sociology
Current > Collections > Timor Leste
Keywords Indonesia, East Timor, West Papua, ABRI, Indonesian Armed Forces, Irian Jaya, OPM, Free Papua Movement, transmigrants, Xanana Gusmao, Fretilin rebels, Timorese refugees, Catholic church, self-determination, concentration camp, food production, Amnesty International, Legal Aid Insititute, LBH, Inter-Governmental Group on Indonesia
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