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08 June 1999 Military News

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  • PRESS BRIEFING BY SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR CHILDREN AND ARMED CONFLICT United Nations 08 Jun 1999
  • TURKEY TRIAL / KURDS Voice of America 08 June 1999 -- THE TRIAL OF KURDISH REBEL LEADER ABDULLAH OCALAN RESUMED TUESDAY. PROSECUTORS PRESENTED THEIR FINAL ARGUMENTS AND DEMANDED THE DEATH PENALTY. JUDGES SUBSEQUENTLY GRANTED A 15-DAY ADJOURNMENT AT THE REQUEST OF THE DEFENSE.
  • TURKEY OCALAN Voice of America 08 June 1999 -- TURKISH PROSECUTORS DEMANDED CAPITAL PUNISHMENT FOR KURDISH REBEL LEADER ABDULLAH OCALAN, WHO IS STANDING TRIAL ON CHARGES OF TREASON. THE COURT THEN ADJOURNED FOR 15 DAYS TO PERMIT MR. OCALAN'S LAWYERS TO PREPARE THEIR FINAL DEFENSE ARGUMENTS.
  • CONGO REBELS Voice of America 08 June 1999 -- REBELS IN THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO ARE CLAIMING NEW GAINS IN THE SOUTH OF THE COUNTRY. THE NEWS COMES AMID FRESH REPORTS OF BOMBINGS BY GOVERNMENT-ALLIED AIRCRAFT IN NORTHERN CONGO- KINSHASA.
  • TEXT: RICE BRIEFS SENATE AFRICA SUBCOMMITTEE ON CONGO WARUSIA 08 June 1999 -- Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Susan E. Rice June 8 told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Subcommittee on African Affairs that the current conflict in the Congo is "the widest interstate war in Africa in modern history."
  • TEXT: SENATOR BROWNBACK URGES END TO SUDANESE HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSESUSIA 08 June 1999 -- Senator Sam Brownback, a key figure on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and a strong critic of the Sudanese government, issued the following press release June 8, following his return from a visit to southern Sudan:

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