08 August 2008

Report highlights problems with Timor police

It's been six months since East Timor's leadership came under attack by armed rebels and since then, the credibility of the country's security, especially the local police force, has been under question.

The UN has a 15-hundred strong police presence in East Timor responsible for maintaining security and reforming the national police. Now UN chief Ban Ki Moon has released a report card on the UN Mission's last six months. Read more...

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