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August 14, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
About 1,200 Salvadoran refugees--mainly women, children and the elderly--arrived at a border post in western Honduras on Saturday seeking to return to El Salvador. "We ask for respect for the right to live and an end to repression," said a statement from the refugees, who for the past eight years have lived in a U.N.-sponsored camp in Honduras. But the convoy of about 150 vehicles was held up after the Salvadoran army said it would not allow some international workers to cross with the refugees.
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September 12, 1992 | From Times Wire Services
The International Court of Justice delivered a judgment Friday ending an age-old border dispute between El Salvador and Honduras, which erupted into the short but bloody "Soccer War" in 1969. The court, which is the judicial arm of the United Nations, fixed the border between the two Central American states in six disputed pockets of land with a combined area of about 168 square miles. Presidents Rafael L.
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September 12, 1992 | From Times Wire Services
The International Court of Justice delivered a judgment Friday ending an age-old border dispute between El Salvador and Honduras, which erupted into the short but bloody "Soccer War" in 1969. The court, which is the judicial arm of the United Nations, fixed the border between the two Central American states in six disputed pockets of land with a combined area of about 168 square miles. Presidents Rafael L.
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August 14, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
About 1,200 Salvadoran refugees--mainly women, children and the elderly--arrived at a border post in western Honduras on Saturday seeking to return to El Salvador. "We ask for respect for the right to live and an end to repression," said a statement from the refugees, who for the past eight years have lived in a U.N.-sponsored camp in Honduras. But the convoy of about 150 vehicles was held up after the Salvadoran army said it would not allow some international workers to cross with the refugees.
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