East Timorese voters go to the polls to elect a new Parliament of East Timor.
Mario Viegas CarrascalGBPo resigns as the Deputy Prime Minister of East Timor leaving the Prime Minister Xanana GusmGBPo without a majority in the Parliament.
2010-09-10, with context: East Timor, Parliament
Australia and East Timor settle a dispute between the two countries in the Timor Sea.
2017-09-2, with context: East Timor
Voters in East Timor go to the polls to elect members of their National Parliament.
2017-07-22, with context: East Timor
Elections are held in East Timor to vote for the nation's 4th President. Francisco Guterres, runner-up in the 2007 and 2012 elections, is expected to win due to the support of Xanana GusmGBPo.
2017-03-20, with context: East Timor
Voters in East Timor go to the polls for a parliamentary election.
2012-07-7, with context: East Timor
Voters in East Timor go to the polls for a presidential election with incumbent President Jose Ramos-Horta standing against 11 other candidates.
2012-03-17, with context: East Timor
East Timor rejected Chinese plans to build a radar on its territory in 2007, due to fears it would be used for intelligence purposes, according to Wikileaks.
2011-05-10, with context: East Timor
President of East Timor Jose Ramos-Horta begins his two-day first official state visit to Ireland by meeting Taoiseach Brian Cowen, urging the country to continue providing economic support as a priority nation and receiving an honorary doctorate from University College Dublin.
2010-03-8, with context: East Timor
Kirsty Sword Gusmo, wife of East Timor's Prime Minister, backed by head of East Timor's child protection agency Carmen da Cruz, demands Australian woman Lala Noronha return to Dili 15 Timorese teenagers she has in Malaysia. However, the youths have stated that they do not want to go back.
2010-03-22, with context: East Timor
The government in East Timor faces a motion of no confidence after releasing an Indonesian militia member, Martenus Bere, accused of crimes against humanity a decade ago.
2009-10-12, with context: East Timor