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Operation Astute was an Australian-led military deployment to East Timor to quell unrest and return stability in the 2006 East Timor crisis. It was headed by Brigadier Bill Sowry, and commenced on 25 May 2006 under the command of Brigadier Michael Slater. The operation was established at the request of East Timor's government, and continues under an understanding reached between Australia, East Timor, and the United Nations, with the United Nations Integrated Mission in East Timor supporting and helping to develop East Timor's police force. Other countries deploying soldiers to East Timor include Malaysia, New Zealand and East Timor's former colonial power Portugal, operating under independent command.

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  • International Stabilization Force
  • Operation Astute
  • Opération Astute
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  • Die International Stabilization Force ISF (deutsch Internationale Stabilisierungskräfte) war eine multinationale, militärische Eingreiftruppe in Osttimor unter der Führung Australiens. Aufgrund der Unruhen von 2006, bei denen mindestens 37 Menschen starben und 155.000 Menschen zur Flucht gezwungen wurden, bat die Regierung Osttimors um internationale Unterstützung zur Wiederherstellung der Ordnung. Die ersten Einheiten der ISF landeten am 25. Mai 2006 am Flughafen von Dili. Die Mission endete am 31. Dezember 2012. Am 25. März 2013 wurden die Büros und das Lager an Osttimor übergeben.
  • L'opération Astute est une opération militaire autorisée par les Nations unies et dirigée par l'Australie. Elle s'est traduite par le déploiement de troupes au Timor oriental pour réprimer les troubles et assurer la stabilité politique du pays. Sous le commandement du général de brigade Michael Slater et dirigée par le général de brigade John Hutcheson, elle a commencé le 25 mai 2006 et est encore en cours à la fin de 2008. En plus des forces militaires australiennes, l'opération Astute utilise des militaires venant de Malaisie, de Nouvelle-Zélande et du Portugal, ancienne puissance coloniale du Timor. Des troupes loyales au gouvernement timorien participent aussi à l'opération.
  • Operation Astute was an Australian-led military deployment to East Timor to quell unrest and return stability in the 2006 East Timor crisis. It was headed by Brigadier Bill Sowry, and commenced on 25 May 2006 under the command of Brigadier Michael Slater. The operation was established at the request of East Timor's government, and continues under an understanding reached between Australia, East Timor, and the United Nations, with the United Nations Integrated Mission in East Timor supporting and helping to develop East Timor's police force. Other countries deploying soldiers to East Timor include Malaysia, New Zealand and East Timor's former colonial power Portugal, operating under independent command.
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