East Timor's government says closing the
country's internal refugee camps represents only a small part of the effort
needed to ensure a full recovery from the civil conflict of two years ago.
More than 100,000 people fled their homes
and settled in camps across East Timor when violence erupted in 2006.
As Radio Australia's Stephanie March
reports from the capital, Dili, officials and aid agencies have been discussing
the challenges posed by the large numbers of refugees now returning home.
East Timor's prime minister, Xanana Gusmao,