15 July 1999 Military News
Defense Policy / Programs
- 15 July 1999 - DAILY PRESS BRIEFING OF OFFICE OF SPOKESMAN FOR SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations 15 Jul 1999
- U-N -- TIMOR TALKS BEGIN Voice of America 15 July 1999 -- A NEW ROUND OF TALKS ON EAST TIMOR'S FUTURE BEGAN TODAY, (THURSDAY), INVOLVING SENIOR OFFICIALS FROM INDONESIA, PORTUGAL AND THE UNITED NATIONS.
- SOMALIA / ETHIOPIA Voice of America 15 July 1999 -- AS MANY AS FIVE-THOUSAND ETHIOPIAN TROOPS ARE SAID TO HAVE CROSSED INTO SOUTHERN SOMALIA AND ARE HEADING EAST TOWARD AREAS CONTROLLED BY A SOMALI CLAN LEADER.
- NORTHERN IRELAND Voice of America 15 July 1999 -- NORTHERN IRELAND'S PEACE PROCESS IS IN SHAMBLES AFTER "ULSTER UNIONISTS" REFUSED TO NOMINATE MINISTERS FOR AN ALL-PARTY GOVERNMENT.
- CONGO REBEL / GAINS Voice of America 15 July 1999 -- REBELS IN THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO ARE CLAIMING THE CAPTURE OF ANOTHER TOWN IN THE NORTH OF THE COUNTRY.
- Transcript: State's Rice, NSC's Smith at July 15 Briefing USIA 15 July 1999 -- U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Susan Rice told a press conference at the State Department July 15 that she detected progress on efforts to end the conflict in Congo-Kinshasa during the recent meeting of the Organization of African Unity (OAU), which she attended.
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