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May 25, 2006
An Australian soldier takes up a defensive position along Dili's main street Friday, May 26, 2006 in Dili, the capital of East Timor. The Australian troops arrived amidst continuing fighting and increasingly unstable conditions as government troops battle renegade soldiers. (AP Photo/Ed Wray)
An Australian soldier runs to take up a defensive position along Dili's main street Friday, May 26, 2006 in Dili, the capital of East Timor. The Australian troops arrived amidst continuing fighting and increasingly unstable conditions as government troops battle renegade soldiers. (AP Photo/Ed Wray)
Australian soldiers take up defensive positions along Dili's main street as a truck carrying Timorese children passes by Friday, May 26, 2006 in Dili, the capital of East Timor. The Australian troops arrived amidst continuing fighting and increasingly unstable conditions as government troops battle renegade soldiers. (AP Photo/Ed Wray)
Australian soldiers take a break during a patrol in Dili, East Timor, Friday, May 26, 2006. Soldiers fired on unarmed police in East Timor's capital, killing nine and wounding 27, as international troops struggled to end fighting threatening to plunge the world's youngest country into a civil war. (AP Photo/Amori Antonio)
An Australian soldier takes up a position as they arrive at Dili airport, East Timor, Friday, May 26, 2006. Fierce gunbattles raged in East Timor's capital as international troops struggled to end fighting that has threatened to plunge the world's youngest country back into civil war. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisanwati)
An Australian soldier on his armored personnel carrier moves past an East Timorese during a patrol in Dili, East Timor, Friday, May 26, 2006. Fierce gunbattles raged in East Timor's capital as international troops struggled to end fighting that has threatened to plunge the world's youngest country back into civil war. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisanwati)
Australian soldiers move past their plane upon arrival in Dili's airport, East Timor, Friday, May 26, 2006. Fierce gunbattles raged in East Timor's capital as international troops struggled to end fighting that has threatened to plunge the world's youngest country back into civil war. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisanwati)
Djibouti, Africa (May 24, 2006) - A CH-53D Sea Stallion, assigned to the RIronhorsesS of Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron Four Six One (HMH-461) deploys a small boat during helocast training for U.S. Air Force Pararescuemen assigned to the 304th Expeditionary Rescue Squadron is based at Valdosta, Ga. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Scott Taylor
Djibouti, Africa (May 24, 2006) - U.S. Air Force Pararescuemen assigned to the 304th Expeditionary Rescue Squadron based at Valdosta, Ga., jump from a CH-53D Sea Stallion, assigned to the RIronhorsesS of Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron Four Six One (HMH-461) during helocast training. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Scott Taylor
A soldier stands guard during the funeral of policeman Nakoor Bahdudeen, who was killed Thursday in a claymore mine explosion, in the northeastern town of Kattankudi, Sri Lanka, Thursday, May 25, 2006. Two mine blasts killed four police officers and a civilian in troubled northern and eastern parts of Sri Lanka on Thursday, as Norwegian envoys visited the country to try to salvage its disintegrating cease-fire, the army said. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
A policemen inspects the police vehicle damaged in a claymore mine ambush in Kattankudy, about 225 kilometers (140 miles) east of Colombo, Sri Lanka, Thursday, May 25, 2006. A mine blast struck a police vehicle Thursday in eastern Sri Lanka, killing four policemen, as Norwegian envoys visited the country to salvage its disintegrating cease-fire, an army spokesman said. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
A Tamil woman mourns over the bodyl of Col. Ramanan, foreground, the Tamil Tiger rebel's No. 2 leader and intelligence chief for eastern Sri Lanka, in the rebel controlled northeastern village of Kannankudha, Sri Lanka, Wednesday, May 24, 2006. Ramanan was killed in a ambush on May 20. A breakaway Tamil group claimed responsibility for the killing of Ramanan, and the military denied involvement, ut the mainstream rebels blamed the government. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
Sri Lankan soldiers search the site a claymore mine ambush in Kattankudy, about 225 kilometers (140 miles) east of Colombo, Sri Lanka, Thursday, May 25, 2006. A mine blast struck a police vehicle Thursday in eastern Sri Lanka, killing four policemen, as Norwegian envoys visited the country to salvage its disintegrating cease-fire, an army spokesman said. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
An Australian soldier adjusts his glasses after arriving at Dili's airport Thursday May 25, 2006 in Dili, the capital of East Timor. The Australian troops, who came after being asked by East Timor's government were welcomed by a cheering crowd of about 100 East Timorese. East Timor has become increasingly unstable as government troops battle renegade soldiers.(AP Photo/Ed Wray)
Australian soldiers walk off their transport plane as they arrive at Dili's airport Thursday May 25, 2006 in Dili, the capital of East Timor. The Australian troops, who came after being asked by East Timor's government were welcomed by a cheering crowd of about 100 East Timorese. East Timor has become increasingly unstable as government troops battle renegade soldiers.(AP Photo/Ed Wray)
Australian soldiers take up defensive positions after arriving at Dili's airport Thursday May 25, 2006 in Dili, the capital of East Timor. The Australian troops, who came after being asked by East Timor's government were welcomed by a cheering crowd of about 100 East Timorese. East Timor has become increasingly unstable as government troops battle renegade soldiers.(AP Photo/Ed Wray)
East Timorese youth looks at an Australian ship which just arrived with soldiers in Dili, East Timor, Thrusday, May 25, 2006. East Timor has been plagued by unrest since March when a third of its armed forces were fired after going on strike to protest alleged discrimination in the military. Australia will send 1,300 troops to East Timor immediately because of the worsening fighting between dismissed soldiers and security forces, Prime Minister John Howard said Thursday. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisanwati)

 

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