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February 15, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Right-wing rebels ambushed a train, killing 47 people and wounding more than 50, Mozambique's state-run news agency AIM reported. Several survivors were kidnaped, it said. The train carrying mainly miners returning from their jobs in South Africa was six miles from the border town of Ressano Garcia, and about 44 miles northwest of Maputo, when rebels of the Mozambique National Resistance detonated a remote-controlled mine that derailed six passenger cars, then opened fire.
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February 15, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Right-wing rebels ambushed a train, killing 47 people and wounding more than 50, Mozambique's state-run news agency AIM reported. Several survivors were kidnaped, it said. The train carrying mainly miners returning from their jobs in South Africa was six miles from the border town of Ressano Garcia, and about 44 miles northwest of Maputo, when rebels of the Mozambique National Resistance detonated a remote-controlled mine that derailed six passenger cars, then opened fire.
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January 3, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Rightist guerrillas derailed a train with a mine explosion, then attacked it, killing at least 22 people and wounding 71 others, the news agency AIM reported Saturday. About 1,500 people were aboard the train Thursday afternoon when it hit the mine placed by the Mozambique National Resistance, the agency said. The train was headed east toward Maputo, the capital, when the attack occurred about 25 miles east of Mozambique's border with South Africa, the agency said.
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January 3, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Rightist guerrillas derailed a train with a mine explosion, then attacked it, killing at least 22 people and wounding 71 others, the news agency AIM reported Saturday. About 1,500 people were aboard the train Thursday afternoon when it hit the mine placed by the Mozambique National Resistance, the agency said. The train was headed east toward Maputo, the capital, when the attack occurred about 25 miles east of Mozambique's border with South Africa, the agency said.
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