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15 March 1999 Military News

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  • 15 March 1999 - DAILY PRESS BRIEFING OF OFFICE OF SPOKESMAN FOR SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations 15 Mar 1999
  • SUDAN'S ENDLESS WAR Voice of America 15 March 1999 -- CIVIL WAR IN SUDAN HAS RAGED FOR MORE THAN 15 YEARS. ALTHOUGH MANY PEOPLE HAVE DIED IN THE FIGHTING, THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY CONTINUES TO IGNORE THE CONFLICT.
  • ETHIOPIA / ERITREA FIGHTING UPDATE Voice of America 15 March 1999 -- ERITREA SAYS ETHIOPIA SUFFERED HUGE CASUALTIES IN FIGHTING SUNDAY AS WAVES OF GROUND TROOPS TRIED TO BREAK THROUGH ERITREAN POSITIONS.
  • U-N / ANGOLA PULLOUT Voice of America 15 March 1999 -- AS FIGHTING HAS SPREAD IN ANGOLA, THE UNITED NATIONS HAS GRADUALLY PULLED ITS HUMANITARIAN WORKERS OUT OF THE COUNTRY -- MAKING IT MORE DIFFICULT FOR HUNDREDS-OF-THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE TO RECEIVE VITAL AID.
  • AFGHAN AGREEMENT Voice of America 15 March 1999 -- SUNDAY'S PRELIMINARY AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE TALEBAN MOVEMENT AND OPPOSITION GROUPS IN AFGHANISTAN MAY LEAD TO A LASTING PEACE.

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  • TIBET TORTURE SURVIVORS Voice of America 15 March 1999 -- THE DALAI LAMA SAID RECENTLY HE IS SEEING A NOTICEABLE HARDENING OF THE CHINESE POSITION IN TIBET ACCOMPANIED BY A NEW ROUND OF WHAT HE DESCRIBES AS INTENSE REPRESSION.



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