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September 27, 1987
A bomb exploded in a car in central Suva, the capital of the south Pacific nation of Fiji, killing an Indian and injuring two others, officials said. Police identified the dead man as Gynendra Prasad, 32, an employee of the University of the South Pacific in Suva. The two injured men, also believed to be Indians from Suva, were not named. They were the first casualties since Col.
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September 27, 1987
A bomb exploded in a car in central Suva, the capital of the south Pacific nation of Fiji, killing an Indian and injuring two others, officials said. Police identified the dead man as Gynendra Prasad, 32, an employee of the University of the South Pacific in Suva. The two injured men, also believed to be Indians from Suva, were not named. They were the first casualties since Col.
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May 21, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
Army troops patrolled nearly deserted streets early today to prevent looting after ethnic clashes, while Fiji's governor general and the island nation's Great Council of Chiefs sought a way to end the governmental crisis in the wake of last week's military coup. More than 50 people were reported injured Wednesday when young Fijians attacked ethnic Indians at an outdoor prayer meeting in the first racial violence since the coup.
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May 21, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
Army troops patrolled nearly deserted streets early today to prevent looting after ethnic clashes, while Fiji's governor general and the island nation's Great Council of Chiefs sought a way to end the governmental crisis in the wake of last week's military coup. More than 50 people were reported injured Wednesday when young Fijians attacked ethnic Indians at an outdoor prayer meeting in the first racial violence since the coup.
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