Timor Leste President Outlines Need For Airlift

SINGAPORE — The tiny, but resource rich Asian island nation of Timor Leste wants to buy military transport and maritime surveillance aircraft. Timor Leste gained independence from Indonesia in 2002 and its government has been relying on a U.N. peace-keeping mission stationed in-country for airlift....

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