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Death in Dili

13 November 2016

7:53 AM

13 November 2016

7:53 AM

Foreign Peacekeeping Troops Continue to Battle Unrest In East TimorThis week marks several significant anniversaries in the life of our youngish nation.

November 11 resonates because it was the date in 1880 when bushranger Ned Kelly was hanged, ending his criminal recidivism.

In 1918 the guns fell silent in Europe, ending the carnage which claimed 61,530 Australian lives but leaving grief and lost opportunities which still affect us.

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