The Asia-Pacific Conference on East Timor (APCET)

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Press release on Conference on East Timor in Kuala Lumpur
Authorised by Dr. Sanusi Osman, official conference spokesperson, 9 November 1996. More than 100 foreign and local participants attending the Asia Pacific Conference on East Timor (APCET II) were arrested, following an attack by a group claiming to be members of the Barisan Bertindak Rakyat Malaysia (Malaysian Public Action Front).
Conference on East Timor attacked
By Max Lane, Green Left Weekly, 13 November 1996. On November 9, the second Asia Pacific Conference on East Timor (APCET II) opened in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in defiance of calls by the Malaysian government not to proceed. The government took action to prevent the conference from going ahead.
Third Asia Pacific Conference on East Timor: Final Statement
Bangkok, Thailand, March 6, 1998. This is the final Statement of the Third Asia-Pacific Conference in East Timor, held in Bangkok, Thailand. In spite of harassment from the Thai authorities, more than 75 participants from more than 15 countries met for several days and had many very productive deliberations.