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12 July 1999 Military News

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  • 12 July 1999 - DAILY PRESS BRIEFING OF OFFICE OF SPOKESMAN FOR SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations 12 Jul 1999
  • COLOMBIA/GUERRILLAS Voice of America 12 July 1999 -- THE COLOMBIAN ARMY CLAIMS IT HAS THWARTED A WEEKEND OFFENSIVE BY LEFTIST GUERRILLAS IN ITS ENTIRETY. AS PROOF THE ARMY TOOK THE LOCAL AND FOREIGN PRESS TO SEE THE CORPSES OF DEAD GUERRILLAS.
  • COLOMBIA FIGHTING Voice of America 12 July 1999 -- COLOMBIAN REBELS ARE CLAIMING THEY HAVE KILLED 68 GOVERNMENT ARMY SOLDIERS AND LOST 32 OF THEIR OWN TROOPS IN A WEEKEND OFFENSIVE.
  • EAST TIMOR SECURITY Voice of America 12 July 1999 -- INDONESIAN CABINET OFFICIALS VISITED EAST TIMOR TO SEE FIRSTHAND THE SECURITY SITUATION BEFORE THE U-N SUPERVISED AUTONOMY REFERENDUM PLANNED FOR AUGUST. THE OFFICIALS SAY THERE IS NO REASON WHY THE AUTONOMY REFERENDUM CANNOT BE HELD ON TIME.
  • U-N / CONGO REBELS Voice of America 12 July 1999 -- THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL IS (MONDAY) CALLING ON RWANDA AND UGANDA TO STEP UP PRESSURE ON REBEL MOVEMENTS IN THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO TO SIGN A CEASE-FIRE AGREEMENT.

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