February 10, 1991 |
The Sunday Times, one of Britain's most respected newspapers, launched a blistering attack on the Royal Family's role in the Gulf War, accusing some members of exhibiting "upper-class decadence and insensitivity." "Britain's armed forces . . . stand on the brink of the biggest land battle since the Second World War. Yet, on the home front, too many of the royals . . .
March 23, 1991 |
Gunmen on Friday shot to death a former U.S. Air Force officer working for an American company in Turkey, police said. A Marxist terrorist group claimed responsibility. It was the third time in two months the group--Dev Sol, or Revolutionary Left--said it was behind armed attacks on Americans. In the other assaults, a U.S. military employee was killed and a U.S. Air Force officer was wounded.