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Extractions: Ramos-Horta, Jose Horta est né dans une grande famille de Dili, la capitale du Timor-Oriental. Il est scolarisé dans une école de missionnaires catholiques. A lâge de 18 ans, il est déporté au Mozambique, autre colonie portugaise, pour le punir de ses remarques subversives sur le régime colonial. A leur époque, son père et son grand-père avaient eux-mêmes été déportés par les Portugais. De retour au Timor-Oriental, Horta est sur le point d'être exilé une deuxième fois, lorsque la Révolution des oeillets éclate au Portugal et remet en cause cet exil.. Révolution des illets: le 25 avril 1974, une révolte menée par de jeunes officiers de larmée portugaise met fin à près de 50 ans de dictature. Au cours de cette révolution, sans effusion de sang, les soldats portent des illets dans le canon de leur arme. Invasion du Timor-Oriental: malgré le fait quentre 40 et 60'000 Timorais sont morts aux côtés des alliés pendant la Deuxième Guerre mondiale, la communauté internationale nintervient pas lorsque le territoire est envahi par lIndonésie, en décembre 1975. Au contraire, les ventes darmes à lIndonésie se poursuivent. A la suite de linvasion de 1975, quelques 200000 personnes sont mortes de faim, de violence et de maladie. Pour rendre la situation irréversible, le gouvernement indonésien a fortement favorisé une politique d'émigration des populations de Java en direction de l'île, à tel point que la répartition démographique en a été bouleversée.
Extractions: @import url(http://www.lastsuperpower.net/ploneColumns.css); @import url(http://www.lastsuperpower.net/plone.css); @import url(http://www.lastsuperpower.net/ploneCustom.css); Skip to content. Search Sections Personal tools You are here: Home more temp news test Jose Ramos-Horta: Keep fighting the good fight Navigation Home Temporary Info that will get moved or zapped after data recovery kerry's folder more temp news test Log in Name see more Credible opinion polls show that a large majority of Iraqis feel better off than a year ago. There is real freedom of the press with newspapers and radio stations mushrooming in the new Iraq. There is unhindered internet access. NGOs covering everything from human rights to women's advocacy have emerged. In short, Iraq is experiencing real freedom for the first time in its history. And that is exactly what the religious fanatics fear. Jose Ramos-Horta, the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1996, is East Timor's senior minister for foreign affairs and co-operation.
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Extractions: Interview with Jose Ramos Horta Jose Ramos-Horta was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1996, for his courage and persistence in the non-violent struggle for freedom in East Timor. After being forced into exile by the Indonesian government forces occupying East Timor, he has now returned to his country, where he is involved in the rebuilding of their country.
Extractions: Click the link for more information. ) was born in Dili Dili , also spelled Dilly or Dilli , is the capital of East Timor. It lies on the northern coast of Timor island, the easternmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands. Dili is the chief port and commercial centre for East Timor and in addition it also has an airport for use by commercial and military flights. Dili was settled about 1520 by the Portuguese, who made it the capital of Portuguese Timor in 1596. During World War II, Dili was occupied by the Japanese. East Timor achieved independence from Portugal in 1975, but Indonesian forces invaded and in July, 1976, made Dili the capital of Timor Timur province.
Extractions: José Ramos-Horta (born December 26 ) was born in Dili East Timor , from a Timorese mother and Portuguese father who had been exiled to East Timor by the Salazar dictatorship. He was educated in a Catholic mission in the small village of Soibada, later chosen by Fretilin as headquarters after the Indonesian invasion. Of his eleven brothers and sisters, four were killed by the Indonesian military. He was actively involved in the development of political awareness in what was then Portuguese Timor which caused him to be exiled for two years in to Portuguese East Africa . It was a family tradition as his grand-father too had suffered exile, from Portugal to the Azores Islands, then Cape Verde Portuguese Guinea and finally to Portuguese Timor A moderate in the emerging Timorese nationalist leadership, he was appointed Foreign Minister in the "Democratic Republic of East Timor" government proclaimed by the pro-independence parties in November . Ramos-Horta left East Timor three days before the Indonesian troops invaded to plead the Timorese case before the United Nations Ramos-Horta arrived in New York to address the UN Security Council and urge them to take action in the face of the Indonesian military onslaught which would result in over 200. 000 East Timorese deaths between
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Extractions: hostName = '.typepad.com'; Main Jose Ramos-Horta , winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1996 and East Timor's senior minister for foreign affairs, writes in tomorrow's Australian The new Socialist Government in Spain has caved to the terrorist threats and withdrawn its troops from Iraq. So have Honduras and the Dominican Republic. They are unlikely to be the last. With the security situation expected to worsen before it improves, we have to accept that a few more countries - who do not appreciate how much the world has at stake in building a free Iraq - will also cut and run. No matter how the retreating governments try to spin it, every time a country pulls out of Iraq it is al-Qa'ida and other extremists who win. They draw the conclusion that the coalition of the willing is weak and that the more terrorist outrages, the more countries will withdraw. As a Nobel Peace laureate, I, like most people, agonise over the use of force. But when it comes to rescuing an innocent people from tyranny or genocide, I've never questioned the justification for resorting to force. That's why I supported Vietnam's 1978 invasion of Cambodia, which ended Pol Pot's regime, and Tanzania's invasion of Uganda in 1979, to oust Idi Amin. In both cases, those countries acted without UN or international approval - and in both cases they were right to do so. Perhaps the French have forgotten how they, too, toppled one of the worst human-rights violators without UN approval. I applauded in the early '80s when French paratroopers landed in the dilapidated capital of the then Central African Empire and deposed "Emperor" Jean-Bedel Bokassa, renowned for cannibalism.
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Extractions: Presentation by Jose Ramos-Horta, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate (1996), East Timor Click the video button on the right to view remarks presented by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Jose Ramos-Horta. His address was presented to the State of the World Forum in New York City on September 8, 2000. Jose Ramos-Horta, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, East Timor TOP BACK 18 min 26 sec Questions and Comments Not sure if your computer can play audio and video content of the SimulConference?
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Extractions: Languages Spanish Portuguese German Italian Korean Arabic Japanese Time, Inc. Time.com People Fortune EW InStyle Business 2.0 Jose Ramos-Horta is the foreign minister of East Timor, and co-recipient of the 1996 Nobel Peace Prize. South Pacific island of East Timor had been controlled by military forces from nearby Muslim-dominated Indonesia since 1975. During that time, about one-third of the East Timorese were killed by war, starvation and human rights abuses allegedly imposed by the Indonesian military. Ramos-Horta, as the island's then-Ambassador to the United Nations, brought worldwide attention to the plight. He joined the CNN.com chat room via telephone from Oslo, Norway. CNN: Welcome to CNN.com Newsroom Mr. Ramos-Horta. Thank you for being our guest today. RAMOS-HORTA: It's a pleasure. CNN: You are in Oslo recognizing Kofi Annan and the Nobel Peace Prize. Are you encouraged that the United Nations is being recognized at this level?
Jose Ramos Horta Interview Interview with jose RAMOS HORTA. A former radio with Bishop Belo. Since2000 jose ramoshorta has served as East Timor s Foreign Minister. http://www.hrdc.net/sahrdc/hrfchr59/Issue3/interview.htm
Extractions: Special Weekly Edition for the Duration of the 59th Session of the Commission on Human Rights (Geneva, 17 March 2003 - 25 April 2003) About HRF Content page Previous Issues HRF-58th CHR ... Feedback Volume 6, Issue 3 31 March - 6 April 2003 We are free, now we will build strong institutions Interview with JOSE RAMOS HORTA A former radio and television journalist, JOSE RAMOS HORTA In an interview to Human Rights Features , Mr Ramos-Horta spoke about the prospects for his country, and his thoughts on international peace and justice processes, including justice for East Timor... Human Rights Features (HRF): In the wake of recent violent riots in East Timor, where does the government of East Timor go to balance citizen's expectations with limited resources? H.E. Mr. Jose Ramos Horta (JRH):
Extractions: " The Unipolar World - Can the US lead? " The Hon. Jose Ramos-Horta is Senior Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Timor-Leste. He is also a Visiting Professor at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, and a Distinguished Visiting Professor with the University of Victoria, Melbourne. Prof. Ramos-Horta was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1996. He is the recipient of many other international awards including the Grand Cross of the Order of Freedom awarded by the President of Portugal. He holds more than 10 Doctor Honoris Causa from some of the most prestigious universities in the US, Australia and Portugal and is a patron of the International Peace Foundation. Prof. Ramos-Horta
Extractions: BBC interview with Jose Ramos Horta. [Internet] URL: http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/world/asia-pacific/newsid_558000/558024.stm Tentara Nasional Indonesia. "Key dates in the troubled recent history of East Timor" Special East Timor Supplement, Air Force News, October 1999, 7. Krieger, Heike, East Timor and the International Community - Basic Documents, (Cambridge: University Press, 1997), xix. Hiorth, Finngeir, Timor, Past and Present, (Townsville: James Cook University, 1985), 6. Ramos-Horta, Jose, Funu - The Unfinished Saga of East Timor, (New Jersey: The Red Sea Press, Inc., 1987), 18. Hiorth, Finngeir, Timor, Past and Present, (Townsville: James Cook University, 1985), 6. Ibid. Ramos-Horta, Jose, Funu - The Unfinished Saga of East Timor, (New Jersey: The Red Sea Press, Inc., 1987), 19. Ibid. Hiorth, Finngeir, Timor, Past and Present, (Townsville: James Cook University, 1985), 6. Krieger, Heike, East Timor and the International Community - Basic Documents, (Cambridge: University Press, 1997), xix. Inbaraj, Sonny, East Timor - Blood and Tears in ASEAN, (Bangkok: Silkworm Books, 1995), 23.
Extractions: They are unlikely to be the last. With the security situation expected to worsen before it improves, we have to accept that a few more countries - who do not appreciate how much the world has at stake in building a free Iraq - will also cut and run. No matter how the retreating governments try to spin it, every time a country pulls out of Iraq it is al-Qa'ida and other extremists who win. They draw the conclusion that the coalition of the willing is weak and that the more terrorist outrages, the more countries will withdraw. As a Nobel Peace laureate, I, like most people, agonise over the use of force. But when it comes to rescuing an innocent people from tyranny or genocide, I've never questioned the justification for resorting to force. That's why I supported Vietnam's 1978 invasion of Cambodia, which ended Pol Pot's regime, and Tanzania's invasion of Uganda in 1979, to oust Idi Amin. In both cases, those countries acted without UN or international approval and in both cases they were right to do so.
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Extractions: Dr. Jose Ramos-Horta accepted WFTA's Invitation News release World Federation of Taiwanese Association (translated by yt) April 13, 1997 Dr. Jose Ramos-Horta, the 1996 Nobel Peace Prize Winner, has officially accepted WFTA's invitation to speak in the annual convention of WFTA, August 23 in I-Lan, Taiwan. This Nobel Peace Prize winner believes that Taiwan should be allowed to join UN, as mentioned in his acceptance speech of the Nobel Prize in Norway in Dec '96. On Feb. 26 this year, WFTA President James Lee and CTIR Director David Tsai met Dr. Horta in Washington DC and invited him to be the keynote speaker in the coming WFTA's convention. Dr. Horta gladly accepted the invitation on the spot and now further confirms his acceptance with an official reply on April 9th. He indicates that he'd be delighted to attend WFTA's convention on Aug. 22 and will give a speech on Aug. 23. WFTA President James Lee