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UNPol in East Timor Security Briefing 25 January 2008



UNPol Daily Security Briefing 25 January 2008 - This is a broadcast of the UN Police in Timor-Leste to provide you with information about the security situation around the country.

The security situation in Timor-Leste has been calm. Today in Dili, police attended three confirmed incidents, including a case of assault where a 22-year-old man sustained a minor injury to his chin. The suspect fled the scene and the victim was taken to Dili hospital.

The security situation in Dili last night remained mostly calm. Police made arrested two men; one for assault and one for disorderly behaviour.

Yesterday in Baucau district, police received a report of two groups fighting in Buibau village. The police were able to stop the fight, and arrested a 20-year-old man in the process. There were no reports of any injuries.

Heavy rainfall continues in many parts of Timor-Leste, particularly in the western districts. Motorists are advised to be cautious when driving. Day time travel is advised in the affected areas unless you are
forced to travel by night. 

The police advise to avoid travelling during the night to the most affected areas. Please report any suspicious activities.  You can call 112 or 7230365 to contact the police 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

UNPol in East Timor Security Briefing 24 January 2008



UNPol Daily Security Briefing 24 January 2008 - This is a broadcast of the UN Police in Timor-Leste to provide you with information about the security situation around the country.

The security situation in Timor-Leste has been calm. Today in Dili, police attended three confirmed incidents, none of which were serious.

Last night in Dili, police responded to a report of a fight between two gangs in the Comoro area. Police brought the situation under control, arresting a twenty-seven-year-old man in the process. One sling shot and two darts were recovered. There were no reports of any injuries.

On Wednesday police responded to a report of a fight between two men who were arguing over a piece of land in Manutasi, Ainaro district. One of the men sustained an injury to his ribs and was taken to Ainaro hospital.

Heavy rainfall continues in many parts of Timor-Leste, particularly in the western districts. Motorists are advised to be cautious when driving. Day time travel is advised in the affected areas unless you are forced to travel by night. 

The police advise to avoid travelling during the night to the most affected areas. Please report any suspicious activities.  You can call 112 or 7230365 to contact the police 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

UNPol in East Timor Security Briefing 23 January 2008



UNPol Daily Security Briefing 23 January 2008 - This is a broadcast of the UN Police in Timor-Leste to provide you with information about the security situation around the country.

The security situation in Timor-Leste has generally been calm.

Today in Dili, police attended five incidents, including a fight between youths near Kampung Marinir School. The aggressors fled upon the arrival of the police. There were no reports of any injuries.

Last night in Dili, the security situation was mostly calm. Police arrested three people on suspicion of assault. 

On Tuesday in Liquica district, a 13-year old girl discovered a dead body in Darubata sub-village. Police attended the scene and identified the body as a 50-year-old man from Darubata. An investigation is underway.

On Tuesday in Baucau district, PNTL officers arrested four men for erecting an illegal road block on the road between Dili and Baucau near Triloka village.

Heavy rainfall continues in many parts of Timor-Leste, particularly in the western districts. Motorists are advised to be cautious when driving. Day time travel is advised in the affected areas unless you are forced to travel by night. 

The police advise to avoid travelling during the night to the most affected areas. Please report any suspicious activities.  You can call 112 or 7230365 to contact the police 24 hours a day, seven days a week.