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November 13, 1994 | From Times Wire Services
Twenty-nine students scaled an eight-foot fence to invade the U.S. Embassy grounds Saturday in protest over Indonesian abuses in East Timor, while in Dili, the Timorese capital, thousands of demonstrators took to the streets today. At the U.S. Embassy, the protesters sat cross-legged facing Indonesian riot police on the other side of the fence. The protesters refused to budge, despite a government promise that they would not be arrested if they left voluntarily.
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September 28, 2001 | RICHARD C. PADDOCK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Concerned by mounting threats against Americans in Indonesia, the U.S. Embassy here said Thursday that it will begin withdrawing "nonemergency" employees and family members who wish to leave the country. In a strongly worded warning, the embassy urged other Americans to consider leaving and advised those who remain in Indonesia to "exercise maximum caution." Outside the U.S.
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September 28, 2001 | RICHARD C. PADDOCK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Concerned by mounting threats against Americans in Indonesia, the U.S. Embassy here said Thursday that it will begin withdrawing "nonemergency" employees and family members who wish to leave the country. In a strongly worded warning, the embassy urged other Americans to consider leaving and advised those who remain in Indonesia to "exercise maximum caution." Outside the U.S.
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November 13, 1994 | From Times Wire Services
Twenty-nine students scaled an eight-foot fence to invade the U.S. Embassy grounds Saturday in protest over Indonesian abuses in East Timor, while in Dili, the Timorese capital, thousands of demonstrators took to the streets today. At the U.S. Embassy, the protesters sat cross-legged facing Indonesian riot police on the other side of the fence. The protesters refused to budge, despite a government promise that they would not be arrested if they left voluntarily.
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