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21 April 1999 Military News

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  • 21 April 1999 - DAILY PRESS BRIEFING OF OFFICE OF SPOKESMAN FOR SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations 21 Apr 1999
  • ETHIOPIA / ERITREA INDEPENDENCE Voice of America 21 April 1999 - ERITREA'S PRESIDENT SAYS ETHIOPIA'S GOVERNMENT MAY TRY DIVIDING THE COUNTRY IF IT LOSES SUPPORT IN THEIR ONGOING BORDER WAR. BUT ETHIOPIA SAYS IT STANDS UNITED AGAINST ERITREAN AGGRESSION.
  • EAST TIMOR PEACE ACCORD Voice of America 21 April 1999--OPPOSING PARTIES IN EAST TIMOR SIGNED A PEACE ACCORD WEDNESDAY TO END THE CONFLICT IN THE TERRITORY. BOTH SIDES SAY THE AGREEMENT IS A FRAGILE ONE.
  • HABIBIE/ E. TIMOR Voice of America 21 April 1999--INDONESIA'S PRESIDENT SAYS HE WILL STICK TO HIS OFFER TO GIVE EAST TIMOR EITHER AUTONOMY OR INDEPENDENCE. PRESIDENT B-J HABIBIE SAYS HE WANTS INDONESIA AND EAST TIMOR TO LIVE AS NEIGHBORS.
  • AFGHAN FIGHTING Voice of America 21 April 1999-- OPPOSITION FIGHTERS REPORTEDLY HAVE CAPTURED (WEDNESDAY) A KEY TOWN HELD BY THE TALEBAN IN CENTRAL AFGHANISTAN. THE VICTORY COMES AS FIGHTING INTENSIFIES IN THE WAR-TORN COUNTRY.

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  • SAF POLICE BRUTALITY Voice of America 21 April 1999 -- EACH YEAR, THE SOUTH AFRICA POLICE SERVICE PAYS THREE-MILLION-DOLLARS IN COMPENSATION TO VICTIMS OF UNLAWFUL POLICE ACTION. IN A RECENT 11-MONTH PERIOD MORE THAN 650 PEOPLE DIED EITHER IN POLICE CUSTODY OR AS A RESULT OF POLICE ACTION.



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