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22 February 1999 Military News

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  • 22 February 1999 - DAILY PRESS BRIEFING OF OFFICE OF SPOKESMAN FOR SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations 22 Feb 1999
  • EAST TIMOR (1): HISTORIC CHANGE Voice of America 22 Feburary 1999 -- INDONESIA'S HANDLING OF EAST TIMOR OVER THE PAST 23 YEARS HAS BEEN CONTROVERSIAL. HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS ESTIMATE 100-THOUSAND PEOPLE HAVE DIED FROM FAMINE, DISEASE, OR FIGHTING.
  • EAST TIMOR (2): AUTONOMY OR INDEPENDENCE Voice of America 22 Feburary 1999 -- MANY OBSERVERS SAY EAST TIMOR DOES NOT HAVE ADEQUATE POLITICAL STABILITY OR ECONOMIC RESOURCES TO HANDLE INDEPENDENCE WITHOUT SIGNIFICANT OUTSIDE HELP.
  • EAST TIMOR (3): RENEWED CIVIL WAR? Voice of America 22 Feburary 1999 -- WITHOUT PROPER CONDITIONS IN PLACE, EAST TIMOR COULD SINK BACK INTO A CIVIL WAR. VARIOUS PARTIES TO THE ISSUE, HOWEVER, DO NOT AGREE ON WHAT CONDITIONS ARE NECESSARY TO AVOID RENEWED FACTIONAL FIGHTING.
  • E-U / OCALAN Voice of America 22 Feburary 1999 -- THE 15 EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES HAVE CALLED ON TURKEY TO MAKE SURE CAPTURED KURDISH REBEL LEADER ABDULLAH OCALAN RECEIVES A FAIR TRIAL.
  • TURKEY / OCALAN Voice of America 22 Feburary 1999 -- TURKISH OFFICIALS HAVE ANGRILY REJECTED A CALL FROM EUROPEAN UNION FOREIGN MINISTERS FOR TURKEY TO ALLOW FOREIGN OBSERVERS TO MONITOR THE TRIAL OF CAPTURED KURDISH REBEL CHIEF ABDULLAH OCALAN.
  • ANGOLA / UNITA Voice of America 22 Feburary 1999 -- THE LEADER OF ANGOLA'S UNITA REBEL MOVEMENT SAYS HE WANTS UNITED NATIONS PEACE MONITORS TO REMAIN IN THE COUNTRY.

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