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May 4, 2001 | Reuters
An Indonesian court today sentenced six men to between 10 and 20 months in jail in connection with the killings of three foreign U.N. workers in West Timor. All the accused had faced up to 34 years in prison. The slayings occurred during a rampage by pro-Jakarta East Timorese militias in the West Timor border town of Atambua in September. The three U.N. workers, from the United States, Croatia and Ethiopia, were stabbed to death and their bodies dragged into a street and burned.
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May 4, 2001 | Reuters
An Indonesian court today sentenced six men to between 10 and 20 months in jail in connection with the killings of three foreign U.N. workers in West Timor. All the accused had faced up to 34 years in prison. The slayings occurred during a rampage by pro-Jakarta East Timorese militias in the West Timor border town of Atambua in September. The three U.N. workers, from the United States, Croatia and Ethiopia, were stabbed to death and their bodies dragged into a street and burned.
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