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November 21, 1994 | From Associated Press
Repeating a ritual that twice has failed to end their 19-year-old civil war, Angola's government and rightist rebels signed a peace treaty Sunday as fighting raged on in their devastated homeland. UNITA leader Jonas Savimbi and President Jose Eduardo dos Santos did not put their own names on the treaty, heightening fears that it would not stop the war. The rebel leader did not even attend the signing ceremony; aides said he could not leave his bush camp in Angola because of government attacks.
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November 21, 1994 | From Associated Press
Repeating a ritual that twice has failed to end their 19-year-old civil war, Angola's government and rightist rebels signed a peace treaty Sunday as fighting raged on in their devastated homeland. UNITA leader Jonas Savimbi and President Jose Eduardo dos Santos did not put their own names on the treaty, heightening fears that it would not stop the war. The rebel leader did not even attend the signing ceremony; aides said he could not leave his bush camp in Angola because of government attacks.
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November 29, 1988
Angola, Cuba and South Africa will formally sign a regional peace settlement Jan. 15 after more than six months of talks, the official Angolan news agency Angop said. The three countries and U.S. mediators will initial a protocol in Brazzaville, Congo, this week on a pact leading to the phased withdrawal of 50,000 Cuban troops from Angola and independence for Namibia, which South Africa rules in defiance of U.N. resolutions, Angop said.
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November 29, 1988
Angola, Cuba and South Africa will formally sign a regional peace settlement Jan. 15 after more than six months of talks, the official Angolan news agency Angop said. The three countries and U.S. mediators will initial a protocol in Brazzaville, Congo, this week on a pact leading to the phased withdrawal of 50,000 Cuban troops from Angola and independence for Namibia, which South Africa rules in defiance of U.N. resolutions, Angop said.
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