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May 20, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Rebels stepped up their push for Rwanda's capital in a fierce artillery duel that killed 30 people at an overcrowded hospital in a government-held part of Kigali and rained shells on the airport and U.N. headquarters. Rebels denied having targeted the hospital. A Red Cross medical officer was wounded when his relief convoy was ambushed on the western edge of Kigali. He was later rescued. U.N. officials canceled relief flights into the city.
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January 24, 1997 | From Times Wire Reports
The army struck back at Hutu insurgents in northwestern Rwanda, killing as many as 350 people in a series of attacks, aid workers and residents said. The military operations were intended to flush out Hutu militants accused of slaying 50 people, including three Spanish aid workers.
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January 24, 1997 | From Times Wire Reports
The army struck back at Hutu insurgents in northwestern Rwanda, killing as many as 350 people in a series of attacks, aid workers and residents said. The military operations were intended to flush out Hutu militants accused of slaying 50 people, including three Spanish aid workers.
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May 20, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Rebels stepped up their push for Rwanda's capital in a fierce artillery duel that killed 30 people at an overcrowded hospital in a government-held part of Kigali and rained shells on the airport and U.N. headquarters. Rebels denied having targeted the hospital. A Red Cross medical officer was wounded when his relief convoy was ambushed on the western edge of Kigali. He was later rescued. U.N. officials canceled relief flights into the city.
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