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December 29, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
President Suharto fired two military commanders whose troops shot to death pro-independence demonstrators last month in East Timor. Replaced were Maj. Gen. Sintong Pandjaitan and Brig. Gen. Rudolf S. Warouw. Indonesia's armed forces maintain that they fired in self-defense and that 19 demonstrators were shot to death Nov. 12 in Dili, capital of the Portuguese colony annexed by Indonesia in 1976.
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March 10, 2001 | Times wire services
Hundreds of Dayak demonstrators rampaged through this provincial capital in central Borneo on Friday, setting ablaze security posts and a police truck. Officers fired warning shots to disperse the crowd. Witnesses said Indonesian police opened fire on the Dayaks as they tried to break into the compound of the provincial police chief's home. There were no immediate reports of injuries.
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March 10, 2001 | Times wire services
Hundreds of Dayak demonstrators rampaged through this provincial capital in central Borneo on Friday, setting ablaze security posts and a police truck. Officers fired warning shots to disperse the crowd. Witnesses said Indonesian police opened fire on the Dayaks as they tried to break into the compound of the provincial police chief's home. There were no immediate reports of injuries.
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December 29, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
President Suharto fired two military commanders whose troops shot to death pro-independence demonstrators last month in East Timor. Replaced were Maj. Gen. Sintong Pandjaitan and Brig. Gen. Rudolf S. Warouw. Indonesia's armed forces maintain that they fired in self-defense and that 19 demonstrators were shot to death Nov. 12 in Dili, capital of the Portuguese colony annexed by Indonesia in 1976.
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