Mar 29, 2016 · Several Timorese groups fought a resistance war against Indonesian forces for the independence of East Timor, during which many atrocities and human rights violations by the Indonesian army were reported. A sad highpoint was the killing of many East Timorese youngsters (reportedly over 250) at a cemetery in Dili on November 12, 1991.May 10, 2019 · Essential to this progression has been, despite the bumps, the investment Timor-Leste has made in promoting the Portuguese language, but also the support of international partners in this matter, namely Portugal. Almost a third of East Timorese say that Portuguese is one of the languages they use at home, a figure that was only 11.5% in 2002.May 07, 2015 · The East Timorese either eat with only their right hand or with a spoon and fork. The spoon is held in the right hand and the fork is used to push the food onto the spoon. We began with an appetizer, which is amon street food found all over East Timor and usually sold by kids. It is a deep fried, hard-boiled egg which sells for 25 cents.Sep 15, 2017 · DILI–Timor-Leste,monly known as East Timor, has around 1.2 million people. It also has less than one physician per 10,000 inhabitants and spent 1.5 percent of its Gross Domestic Product on health in 2014. ude tuberculosis, lower respiratory infections and diarrheal diseases.