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17 November 2002 Military News

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  • IVORY COAST/TALKS VOA 17 Nov 2002-- Negotiations to end Ivory Coast's two-month rebellion are pressing ahead in Togo, despite earlier remarks by Senegalese President Abdoulaye Wade, who had reported the talks had deadlocked
  • ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS VOA 17 Nov 2002 -- Israel is planning to strengthen the Jewish settlements in the divided West Bank city of Hebron, following Friday's massacre there of 12 Israelis
  • INDONESIA BOMBING VOA 17 Nov 2002 -- Indonesian police have named six more suspects in the Bali bombing, including the man who allegedly detonated the blast in an area popular with tourists. At least 180 people died in the attack, which some governments suspect may have been the work of a regional terrorist network

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  • Tactical Tomahawk Soars Through Second Contractor Test Flight Navy News Service 17 Nov 2002 -- The highest standard in warfare technology was demonstrated recently in the second contractor flight test of the Tactical Tomahawk cruise missile at the Naval Air System Command (NAVAIR) western test range complex in Southern California
  • Navy and Air Force Hit Virtual Bull's Eye at Sea Navy Newsstand 17 Nov 2002-- An Atlantic Fleet cruiser, USS Ticonderoga (CG 47), successfully demonstrated the Navy's newest weapons system trainer while underway Nov. 14 in the Gulf of Mexico.

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  • U-N/BALKANS VOA 17 Nov 2002 -- Secretary-General Kofi Annan flew to Bosnia-Herzegovina as the United Nations prepares to end its decade-long presence there. During Mr. Annan's four-day visit he will stress reconciliation and will honor U-N workers who died in the ethnic strife



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