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    Regional English Language Officer, American Eran Williams, conducts a workshop with teaching students at UNTL in March

  • side by side images of people cleaning up a beach (Dept. of State)

    Chargé d'Affaires Scott Ticknor and U.S. Embassy staff and families clean up the beach in Dili, Pantai Kelapa, in honor of Earth Day 2014

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    U.S. Mission in Timor-Leste celebrates U.S. scholarship recipients: "We are the change that we seek" - U.S. President Barack Obama

  • Men with books and school chairs

    President Taur Matan Ruak and U.S. Mission in Timor-Leste support education and reading in Ermera District: "The future belongs to the nation that best educates its citizens." - U.S. President Barack Obama

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    U.S. Sailors from the USS Kidd Visit the Arquivo & Museu da Resistencia Timorense and the Chega! Exhibition at CAVR in February 2014.

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    J. William Fulbright - Hillary Rodham Clinton Fellowships

    J. William Fulbright - Hillary Rodham Clinton Fellowships Available for U.S. Citizens to come to Timor-Leste in 2014-15 - apply now (before January 22, 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time) 

  • Admiral and other walking under line of raised swords (Photo Credit: DOD/Wendy Wyman)
    U.S. Navy Admiral Talks to Korean Female Cadets on Leadership

    Sixty female cadets from the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program at Sookmyung Women’s University had the opportunity to meet with Rear Admiral Lisa Franchetti, commander of U.S. Naval Forces Korea, on January 8 to discuss her command philosophy and ideas on career development.  

  • Several people sitting in chairs on a stage (Photo Credit: State Dept.)
    Launch of Liquica edition of USAID-funded community policing project HAKOHAK

    U.S. Embassy Chargé d'Affaires Scott Ticknor joined high-level Timor-Leste police officials to launch the Liquica edition of USAID-funded community policing project HAKOHAK on January 6. Along with Chargé Ticknor, National Police Commander Longuinhos Mont 

  • A USS Denver medical staff conducts “Basic Life Saving” training to Timorese medics
    USS Denver Medical Staff Conduct “Basic Life Saving” Training to Timorese Professional Medics

    The visiting USS Denver medical staff began today conducting medical training to over 100 Timorese professional medics at National Hospital Guido Valadares (HNGV) on “Basic Life Saving.” Ambassador Fergin joined Minister of Health Sergio Lobo to launch the two-day training. 

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    U.S. Navy Ship USS Denver will Visit Dili

    The USS Denver, with over 600 U.S. Sailors and Marines on board, will visit Dili August 27-31. During their stay in Dili, the USS Denver crew will conduct naval training with F-FDTL Sailors on the USS Denver and also with the F-FDTL Marines at Port Hera. 

  • DCM Ticknor, PG Ximenes with participants of the Counter-Narcotics Training Seminar
    DCM Ticknor, PG Ximenes Launch Counter-Narcotics Training Seminar

    Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) Scott Ticknor and Prosecutor General José da Costa Ximenes welcomed prosecutors, customs officers, border patrol, and police special investigators to a Counter-Narcotics Training Seminar, today in Dili.  

  • Ambassador Fergin and Minister of Foreign Affairs Guterres sign the agreement
    United States Pledge $5.5 Million for Law Enforcement Support

    Expanding the permanent partnership between the United States of America and Timor-Leste, today the two governments signed an agreement that promotes $5.5 million in law enforcement support programs. 

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