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08 April 1999 Military News

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  • 8 April 1999 - DAILY PRESS BRIEFING OF OFFICE OF SPOKESMAN FOR SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations 08 Apr 1999
  • SUDAN / HUMAN RIGHTS Voice of America 08 April 1999 -- A U-N SPECIAL INVESTIGATOR ACCUSES BOTH THE SUDANESE GOVERNMENT AND SOUTHERN REBELS OF GROSSLY VIOLATING THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF CIVILIANS.
  • EAST TIMOR KILLING Voice of America 08 April 1999 -- A CONTROVERSIAL ATTACK BY A PRO-INDONESIAN MILITIA INSIDE AN EAST TIMORESE CHURCH GROUND THIS WEEK LEFT UP TO 25-PEOPLE DEAD, ACCORDING TO DILI'S BISHOP CARLOS BELLO.
  • CONGO REBELS Voice of America 08 April 1999 -- REBELS IN THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO HAVE SCORED A MAJOR VICTORY AGAINST GOVERNMENT TROOPS AND THEIR ALLIES IN THE SOUTHEAST OF THE COUNTRY.
  • ETHIOPIA/ERITREA FRONT Voice of America 08 April 1999 -- THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE HAVE DIED IN THE WAR BETWEEN ETHIOPIA AND ERITREA -- MOST ALONG THE REMOTE BORDER, FAR FROM THE PUBLIC EYE. AT THE FRONT THE ARMIES ARE SEPARATED BY LESS A KILOMETER OF "NO MAN'S" LAND.

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  • ALGERIA ELECTIONS Voice of America 08 April 1999 -- ALGERIA HAS BEEN ROCKED BY VIOLENCE SINCE THE MILITARY CANCELED THE SECOND ROUND OF PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS IN JANUARY 1992 THAT AN ISLAMIST PARTY, THE ISLAMIC SALVATION FRONT, WAS POISED TO WIN.



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