j ramos-horta

Ramos-Horta

[Portuguese rah-moos-awr-tah]
noun
José, born 1949, East Timorese resistance leader, political activist (1975–99) during Indonesian occupation, and foreign minister from independence in 2000 to 2006; president since 2007: Nobel prize 1996.
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