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          Young Catholic meeting in Pontianak, a 'celebration of faith', ends (photos)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A solemn Mass in St Joseph Cathedral closes four-day event organised by the Pontifical Society of Young Missionaries. More than 1,300 young people came from the country’s 35 dioceses as well as East Timor and Malaysia. All took an oath to reaffirm the commitment of the Catholic community to safeguard the unity of Indonesia as a pluralist society.


          Bugging of East Timor negotiators      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

An Australian who revealed that Australia had bugged the East Timor negotiators is being prosecuted; his lawyer is being prosecuted, too.

The attorney general blanks out the injustice of this with a 100% closed mind.

The negotiations in which these events occurred were about how to do something that must not be done at all: extracting fossil fuels from the sea bottom between Australia and East Timor.

          LiveLeak lets you pick a flag...      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I chose East Timor. "East Timor now has revenue from offshore oil and gas reserves, but little of it has gone to develop villages, which still rely on subsistence farming. Nearly half the population lives in extreme poverty." {{embed|t=C4fw7_1531265157}} "The economy of East Timor is ranked as a low income economy by the World Bank. It is placed 133th by Human Development Index, indicating a medium level of human development. 20% of the population is unemployed, and 52.9% live on less than US $1.25 a day. About half of the population is illiterate." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_Timor#Economy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_East_Timor
          'The law is my life': East Timor bugging prosecution 'heartbreaking', lawyer says      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Lawyer and former legal representative for East Timor, Bernard Collaery, says the charges against him for allegedly breaching the Intelligence Services Act mean he may never practise law again.


          white parrot :)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

green_lover (your COMMENTS are welcome :)) posted a photo:

white parrot :)

Another bird in The Jungle Park on Tenerife. There was large aviary with some kinds of birds, where people can to come inside. So, you can see there birds from very close and sometimes they also were sitting on people :)

The yellow-crested cockatoo (Cacatua sulphurea) is a medium-sized (approximately 34 cm long) cockatoo with white plumage, bluish-white bare orbital skin, grey feet, a black bill, and a retractile yellow or orange crest. The yellow-crested cockatoo is found in wooded and cultivated areas of East Timor and Indonesia's islands of Sulawesi and the Lesser Sundas. Their diet consists mainly of seeds, buds, fruits, nuts and herbaceous plants. The yellow-crested cockatoo is critically endangered and several national parks provide protection of their habitat.
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Kolejna papuga w Jungle Park na Teneryfie. Była tam taka woliera z różnymi ptakami, gdzie można było wejść do środka i oglądać je z bliska, a często też się zdarzało, że co niektóre z nich siadały na zwiedzających :)

Kakadu żółtolica (Cacatua sulphurea) – gatunek ptaka z rodziny kakaduowatych. Zamieszkuje wyspy Indonezji: Timor, Celebes, Flores, Butung oraz inne mniejsze wyspy wchodzące w skład Archipelagu Sundajskiego. Jest mniejsza od innych kakadu i nie tak hałaśliwa. Długość ciała do 34 cm, masa ciała 308-380 g., żyje ponad 40 lat. Ma czarny dziób i nogi oraz brązową tęczówkę. Jest bardzo przyjaznym ptakiem. Osobniki tego gatunku szybko się oswajają i przywiązują do swojego opiekuna. W środowisku naturalnym żywią się nasionami, owocami, pędami roślin, w tym krzewów. Kakadu żółtolice są uznawane za gatunek zagrożony, któremu grozi wyginięcie.




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