Naldo Rei: Giving voice to the silenced in East Timor
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM NALDO REI: (JP/Prodita Sabarini) Naldo Rei, 32, was a baby when he and his family fled to the jungles as Indonesian troops invaded East Timor in 1975, starting a 24-year period of brutal oppression. His formative years were spent in the jungles, where he used to ask his parents why they were living in the jungle like wild animals. His questions would bring tears to his parents' eye...
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