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December 11, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Libya is seeking an emergency Security Council meeting to discuss the U.S. airlift from Chad of 600 Libyans allegedly trained by America to destabilize Libya's ruler, Col. Moammar Kadafi. No date has been set for the meeting, which Libyan Ambassador Ali Treiki requested in a letter to the council released Monday. On Sunday, Libyan Foreign Minister Ibrahim Mohammed Bashari said of the evacuated Libyan former prisoners of war: "They were taken hostage because they have a lot of information.
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December 11, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Libya is seeking an emergency Security Council meeting to discuss the U.S. airlift from Chad of 600 Libyans allegedly trained by America to destabilize Libya's ruler, Col. Moammar Kadafi. No date has been set for the meeting, which Libyan Ambassador Ali Treiki requested in a letter to the council released Monday. On Sunday, Libyan Foreign Minister Ibrahim Mohammed Bashari said of the evacuated Libyan former prisoners of war: "They were taken hostage because they have a lot of information.
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September 9, 1987 | Associated Press
Chad's military command said Tuesday that its forces killed more than 1,700 Libyan soldiers and destroyed more than two dozen aircraft and scores of tanks when it overran a major Libyan base over the weekend. The command said that hundreds of other Libyan soldiers who fled into the desert from the Matan as Sarra base are likely to die of thirst. The Chadian military reported that 65 of its soldiers were killed and 112 wounded in the battle.
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September 9, 1987 | Associated Press
Chad's military command said Tuesday that its forces killed more than 1,700 Libyan soldiers and destroyed more than two dozen aircraft and scores of tanks when it overran a major Libyan base over the weekend. The command said that hundreds of other Libyan soldiers who fled into the desert from the Matan as Sarra base are likely to die of thirst. The Chadian military reported that 65 of its soldiers were killed and 112 wounded in the battle.
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