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DILI – Police and military officers will be going door to door searching for illegal weapons in a crackdown on gang violence targeting Dili.

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DILI  - Rui Maria de Araújo has urged the Court of Dili to not convict two journalists accused of “slanderous denunciation” to jail time, an unusual move as it’s the Prime Minister’s case that sparked the charge.

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DILI – The lead prosecutor has supported the Prime Minister’s controversial call for criminal defamation charges to be laid against Timor Post journalist Raimundos Oki and his former boss Lourenco Vicente Martins.

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DILI: The owner of a Dili restaurant has fatally poisoned a staff member  to cover-up an alleged salary dispute, the Timor-Leste National Police (PNTL) has said.

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DILI: Rui Maria de Araújo has issued a promise to the public that the National Hospital of Guido Valadares in Dili service capacity will be put under the microscope, amid increading reports of patients going without treatement due to lack of staff.

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DILI: Timor-Leste’s roads are increasingly becoming a dangerous place to be, with accidents spiking across the half island nation in the past three months, according to a report by national police.

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DILI: Timor-Leste’s national police have seized 199 motorbikes driven as part of a convey of supporters from Liquicia to Diliof FRETELIN’s presidential candidate Francisco Guterres ‘Lu-Olo’ on Sunday.

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DILI: The failure of the District Court in Dilito explain why it is not answering high profile demands for appeal into the controversial corruption cases of former politicians has undermined its credibility, a lawyer on the investigation has said.

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DILI: Timor-Leste National Police will be armed with stun guns and empowered to use them on citizens in vehicle disputes, Euclides Belo, the Second Commander of PNTL said Wednesday.

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DILI: Emilia Pires has continued to defend her refusal to return to Timor-Leste to face her seven-year prison sentence, honing in onthe Portuguese language capacity of the Dili District Court’s judgesas a key reason for her not taking their verdict as fair.

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