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April 21, 2000 | ANN M. SIMMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A day after leaders of armed squatters who have violently occupied white-owned farms in Zimbabwe pledged to halt the bloodshed, two more homesteads were reportedly torched Thursday and several black farm workers, apparently regarded as white sympathizers, were assaulted. Although Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe prepared to host talks on the issue today with regional leaders, political observers were only cautiously optimistic that an end to the turmoil is anywhere in sight.
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April 21, 2000 | ANN M. SIMMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A day after leaders of armed squatters who have violently occupied white-owned farms in Zimbabwe pledged to halt the bloodshed, two more homesteads were reportedly torched Thursday and several black farm workers, apparently regarded as white sympathizers, were assaulted. Although Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe prepared to host talks on the issue today with regional leaders, political observers were only cautiously optimistic that an end to the turmoil is anywhere in sight.
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April 21, 1994 | CHRISTINA V. GODBEY
The Zimbabwe government official was impressed by Los Angeles' low-income housing. The Manila school superintendent marveled at the city's ethnic diversity. And the local government commissioner from Bangladesh had trouble relating to all the advanced technology. Such were some of the impressions visiting fellows expressed last week after touring Los Angeles as part of an "Urban Enhancement" workshop sponsored by UCLA Extension Public Policy Program.
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