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22 March 1999 Military News

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  • 22 March 1999 - DAILY PRESS BRIEFING OF OFFICE OF SPOKESMAN FOR SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations 22 Mar 1999
  • MEXICO/ZAPATISTA VOTE Voice of America 22 March 1999 -- THOUSANDS OF MEXICANS SUNDAY VOTED IN A NON-BINDING PLEBISCITE CONDUCTED BY THE REBEL ZAPATISTA ARMY FOR NATIONAL LIBERATION.
  • ZAPATISTA CONSULTATION Voice of America 22 March 1999 -- PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM A NATIONWIDE REFERENDUM IN MEXICO INDICATE 96-PERCENT OF RESPONDENTS FAVOR GUARANTEES FOR INDIGENOUS RIGHTS IN MEXICO.
  • ETHIOPIA / ERITREA FIGHTING Voice of America 22 March 1999 -- THERE IS MORE FIGHTING BETWEEN ETHIOPIA AND ERITREA. THIS ROUND OF FIGHTING ENTERS ITS SECOND WEEK WITH COMBAT ON THE WESTERN BADAME FRONT.
  • U-N / ERITREA - ETHIOPIA Voice of America 22 March 1999 -- DIPLOMATS FROM THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL MET WITH SENIOR ETHIOPIAN AND ERITREAN OFFICIALS MONDAY, URGING THE TWO COUNTRIES TO END THEIR BORDER CONFLICT.
  • COLOMBIA/VIOLENCE Voice of America 22 March 1999 -- IN COLOMBIA, THE VIOLENCE SURROUNDING KIDNAPPINGS CONTINUES TO RISE. THIS NEW WAVE OF SHORT-TERM KIDNAPPINGS IS, IRONICALLY, A PRODUCT OF THE RECENT PEACE TALKS BEGUN BETWEEN THE COLOMBIAN GOVERNMENT AND REBEL LEADERS.

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