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April 7, 1988
Ammunition exploded at a base for Soviet troops in western Hungary, injuring "several people, including one Hungarian citizen," the official news agency MTI said in a terse, three-sentence report. There were no details about what caused the ammunition to explode. The blast occurred at the Veszprem base about 60 miles southwest of Budapest. Veszprem is the largest Soviet troop installation in Hungary, where an estimated 100,000 Soviet soldiers are stationed.
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April 7, 1988
Ammunition exploded at a base for Soviet troops in western Hungary, injuring "several people, including one Hungarian citizen," the official news agency MTI said in a terse, three-sentence report. There were no details about what caused the ammunition to explode. The blast occurred at the Veszprem base about 60 miles southwest of Budapest. Veszprem is the largest Soviet troop installation in Hungary, where an estimated 100,000 Soviet soldiers are stationed.
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