19 October 1999 Military News
Defense Policy / Programs
- Boeing Issues Statement on Indictment Boeing 19 Oct 1999 -- In light of the indictment returned today by the United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, The Boeing Company releases the following information on behalf of its McDonnell Douglas subsidiary:
- CACI Awarded $23 Million Contract to Support the Office of Naval Research CACI 19 Oct 1999 -- CACI International Inc (NASDAQ: CACI) today announced that it has been awarded a five-year, multi-award, task order prime contract, with a maximum contract value of $23 million, by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) in Arlington, Virginia.
- 19 October 1999 - DAILY PRESS BRIEFING BY OFFICE OF SPOKESMAN FOR SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations 19 Oct 1999
- EAST TIMOR / GRAVE Voice of America 19 October 1999 -- A mass grave containing the bodies of at least 20-people has been discovered by international peacekeepers in East Timor.
- THAILAND - EAST TIMOR Voice of America 19 October 1999 -- Thailand says it is willing to take a leading role in a United Nations-sponsored force in East Timor, once the next phase of peacekeeping efforts gets underway.
- UNHCR TIMOR Voice of America 19 October 1999 -- The United Nations Refugee Agency, U-N-H-C-R, reports that thousands of people poured across the border from West to East Timor on Tuesday.
- CONGRESS-RUSSIA Voice of America 19 October 1999 -- Talbott said Moscow has a right to protect its citizens. But he urged Russian leaders to think long and hard before launching a full-scale assault.
- RUSSIA / CHECHNYA Voice of America 19 October 1999 -- Russia's military command says warplanes and artillery are attacking what they call "rebel positions" near several eastern and southern villages in the breakaway Chechen region.
- PRESS BRIEFING BY SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE ON BURUNDI United Nations 19 Oct 1999
- COLOMBIA'S PROBLEMS Voice of America 19 October 1999 -- The editorial pages of U-S newspapers have been taking a close look at two long-standing, related problems in Colombia - guerrilla warfare and drug trafficking.
- SECURITY COUNCIL UNEQUIVOCALLY CONDEMNS TERRORISM AS 'CRIMINAL AND UNJUSTIFIABLE' 19 October 1999 Press Release SC/6741 -- Unequivocally condemning all acts, methods and practices of terrorism as criminal and unjustifiable, regardless of their motivation, the Security Council today called upon all States to fully implement the international anti-terrorist conventions to which they were parties and encouraged them to consider, as a matter of priority, adhering to those to which they are not parties. Also, it encouraged the speedy adoption of the pending conventions.
- U-N - TERRORISM Voice of America 19 October 1999 -- The United Nations Security Council is (Tuesday) calling for stronger international cooperation in the fight against terrorism.
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