East Timor weighs cost of integration
One year after elections, and 12 years after the riots that followed a crucial referendum, the central debate in East Timor is how best to maintain a still-fragile peace.
Armed groups were responsible for massacres in the wake of that vote for independence from neighbouring Indonesia in 1999 that claimed 1,500 lives and forced more than 250,000 - one-fourth of East Timor's population - to flee the country.
Many of the men held responsible for the violence - former members of the pro-Indone
02 Nov 2011