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The Thailand–Australia of civilian government in September Free Trade Agreement came into force 1992. Prime Minister Chuan Leekpai in 2005. There is a working visa program headed a coalition government that for young Australians and Thais. collapsed in 1995 following a land reform Years 29 Timor Leste REPUBLIC OF TIMOR LESTE Leste occupies the Timor eastern portion of the island of Timor. It is located in the integration with Indonesia. ProIndonesian militia unleashed a reign of terror in an effort to influence the vote.

When the people chose independence, the militia went on a spree of terror and destruction. Finally, on 29 September 1999, troops from the Australian-led International Force for East Timor (INTERFET) began restoring order. A UN administration was created on 25 October. After a parliamentary assembly drafted a new constitution, on 20 May 2002, the Republic of Timor Leste came into being. Former resistance leader Xanana Gusmão was President. Expectations that the country would benefit from oil and gas reserves in the Timor Sea have been slow to eventuate.

General Phya construct the Thai–Burma railway. More The 28 than 200 000 Asian slave labourers and 60 000 Allied prisoners of war, including many Australians, were forced to work on the project. Many died, others suffered terrible sickness and disabilities. Coups, coups, coups the age of ten Prince Ananda At Mahidol became heir to the throne in 1935. A Council of Regents scandal. Another coalition, led by Banharn Silpa-archa, lasted barely 18 months. His replacement, Chavalit Yongchaiyudh, resigned in November 1997.

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