For 24 years, The East Timorese guerrilla army FALINTIL fought the occupying Indonesian army. Today, the Indonesians are gone; the United Nations has been administering East Timor for the past eight months, but for FALINTIL, the difference hasn't brought much change. NPR's Reese Ehrlich reports.



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