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November 2, 1996 | BOB DROGIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some of Central Africa's worst fighting since Rwanda's genocidal war two years ago erupted Friday as the Tutsi-led government army here exchanged fierce artillery fire with neighboring Zaire, sending thousands of panicked residents fleeing from both sides of the bitter combat.
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November 9, 1996 | BOB DROGIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A battle Friday for control of the world's largest refugee camp appeared to mark a bitter resumption of Rwanda's genocidal war of 1994--but with the bloodletting now across the border in eastern Zaire. Mortar and antiaircraft fire roared for a second day around the vast Mugunga refugee camp, about 12 miles northwest of the Zairian border city of Goma and the last known location of more than 400,000 ethnic Hutu refugees. It wasn't clear how many remained at the squalid site.
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November 9, 1996 | BOB DROGIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A battle Friday for control of the world's largest refugee camp appeared to mark a bitter resumption of Rwanda's genocidal war of 1994--but with the bloodletting now across the border in eastern Zaire. Mortar and antiaircraft fire roared for a second day around the vast Mugunga refugee camp, about 12 miles northwest of the Zairian border city of Goma and the last known location of more than 400,000 ethnic Hutu refugees. It wasn't clear how many remained at the squalid site.
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November 2, 1996 | BOB DROGIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some of Central Africa's worst fighting since Rwanda's genocidal war two years ago erupted Friday as the Tutsi-led government army here exchanged fierce artillery fire with neighboring Zaire, sending thousands of panicked residents fleeing from both sides of the bitter combat.
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