Indonesian Military Training

NPR's Steve Inskeep reports because of recent violence in East Timor, President Clinton has decided to stop all military support for Indonesia. For years, the Pentagon trained Indonesian soldiers in marksmanship, parachuting and urban warfare. The U.S. ended that training last year because of human rights concerns.



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