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NEWS
January 26, 1993 | RONALD J. OSTROW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Acting Atty. Gen. Stuart M. Gerson tried Monday to calm the dispute between FBI Director William S. Sessions and the Justice Department over a highly critical department investigation of Sessions. But even as Gerson was predicting in an interview that "temperatures should cool a little," Sessions distributed to congressional offices a two-page statement by a Texas civil rights attorney urging support of Sessions' "fight against these neo-Nazis within the Justice Department."
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 6, 1988 | JOHN VOLAND
Disputes between a movie's distributor and its exhibitor rarely get a public airing. So it was unusual last week to see Richard Ingber, marketing president of the independent distributor New Century/Vista, quoted on the front page of Daily Variety. He was venting his frustration over some Southern California movie-theater operators who, after just one week's run, pulled the new fantasy-suspense-horror picture "Lady in White" from their theaters.
NEWS
June 18, 1997 | From Times Wire Reports
The feud between Cambodia's co-rulers--First Prime Minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh and Second Prime Minister Hun Sen--erupted into a bloody gun battle between bodyguards loyal to each side, heightening fears in the already tense capital, Phnom Penh. With Khmer Rouge guerrilla leader Pol Pot on the run somewhere in the northern jungle, the violence in Phnom Penh could threaten a coalition government that has been unstable since the United Nations pieced it together in 1993.
NEWS
April 17, 1987 | MICHAEL PARKS, Times Staff Writer
Two of South Africa's most powerful black political organizations are locked in an increasingly murderous feud that their leaders fear could grow into a civil war. Scores of blacks have already died in the bitter rivalry between the United Democratic Front, a coalition of 700 anti-apartheid groups with more than 3 million members nationwide, and Inkatha, the 1.3-million-member, predominantly Zulu political movement led by Chief Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi.
NEWS
December 6, 1996 | KATE FOLMAR and DAVID R. BAKER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A festering feud between next-door neighbors ended Thursday morning in gunfire that left a 30-year-old construction worker dying on his front lawn. Police arrested the alleged gunman, 27-year-old former Moorpark College student Christopher Charles Harbridge, as he fled the 4100 block of Helene Street in his minivan. "It was a problem waiting to happen," said a tearful John Rowe of Palmdale, the victim's older brother.
NEWS
August 25, 1990 | SCOTT KRAFT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The government declared a state of emergency in 27 black townships Friday, giving the police broad powers to detain residents, break up gatherings and search without warrants in an effort to end factional fighting among blacks that has taken more than 500 lives in the last two weeks.
NEWS
December 23, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
For two years, in state and federal courts, Antwerp residents Stephen and Mary Diehl have tried to stop a neighboring church from playing Christmas music from loudspeakers atop its steeple. This year, things are even more strained as the feud continues for a third Christmas in the otherwise serene village of about 700 located 25 miles south of the U.S.-Canadian border. The Diehls say they have been harassed and even attacked by angry residents, and now fear for their safety.
NEWS
January 7, 1991 | Associated Press
Gunmen opened fire Sunday morning in the main piazza of this southern Italian town, killing two people and wounding 10, police said. Authorities attributed the killings to a feud between local Mafia clans. Police arrested one suspected gunman.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 31, 1991 | MAYERENE BARKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A long-running neighborhood dispute in Sunland that has resulted in accusations of racial discrimination, mail threats and a gunshot attack on one family's house, will be played out later this year in a San Fernando courtroom. Joe Brown, who is white, allegedly fired shots into the home of his black neighbor, Michael Evans, 34, after an argument last year. Brown, facing charges of assault with a deadly weapon, is scheduled to go on trial Nov. 25, authorities said.
NEWS
May 27, 1990 | PAUL LIEBERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A voice squawks over a walkie-talkie at the headquarters of the Mohawk Warriors Society: "Tommy just got arrested." Stopped at one of the New York State Police roadblocks that dot the sprawling reservation at the U.S.-Canadian border, the Warriors Society member is being held on a warrant for smuggling cigarettes into Canada. His fellow Warriors are angry but not about to confront the well-armed troopers occupying the reservation. "We can wait," one says. "We've been here forever.
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