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May 11, 1991 | HUGH POPE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For the crushed Arab tribespeople of the villages near Sumail, the allied security zone in northern Iraq has already turned into what the Western coalition vowed it would never be: a Kurdish enclave that is a virtual mini-state in all but name. "The Kurds came here and told us, 'We'll massacre you if you don't get out,' " said Jamila Shaaba, an Arab mother loading a truck with bedsteads and hardware, adding her voice to the cries for justice that have become familiar in this troubled land.
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May 11, 1991 | HUGH POPE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For the crushed Arab tribespeople of the villages near Sumail, the allied security zone in northern Iraq has already turned into what the Western coalition vowed it would never be: a Kurdish enclave that is a virtual mini-state in all but name. "The Kurds came here and told us, 'We'll massacre you if you don't get out,' " said Jamila Shaaba, an Arab mother loading a truck with bedsteads and hardware, adding her voice to the cries for justice that have become familiar in this troubled land.
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November 20, 1989 | KIM MURPHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Egyptian authorities confirmed Sunday that at least one man was killed and 70 others injured when a soccer victory celebration erupted into a violent clash between Egyptian workers and Iraqis. The melee in the narrow boulevards and cramped alleyways of Baghdad's Little Cairo neighborhood on Friday night followed months of increasing tension among Egyptian laborers here, who have been flooding back to Egypt at the rate of nearly 3,000 a day.
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November 20, 1989 | KIM MURPHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Egyptian authorities confirmed Sunday that at least one man was killed and 70 others injured when a soccer victory celebration erupted into a violent clash between Egyptian workers and Iraqis. The melee in the narrow boulevards and cramped alleyways of Baghdad's Little Cairo neighborhood on Friday night followed months of increasing tension among Egyptian laborers here, who have been flooding back to Egypt at the rate of nearly 3,000 a day.
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