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April 1, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Snipers fired automatic weapons at a bus carrying 28 U.S. Air Force personnel Saturday, and seven were injured, a U.S. officer said. A leftist group, the Morazanista Front of Honduran Liberation, claimed responsibility, said Maj. Bruce Jessup, a spokesman for U.S. troops based in the Central American nation. Three attackers fired on the bus about 1 p.m. six miles north of Tegucigalpa, the capital, he said. He said two Americans were seriously wounded.
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April 1, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Snipers fired automatic weapons at a bus carrying 28 U.S. Air Force personnel Saturday, and seven were injured, a U.S. officer said. A leftist group, the Morazanista Front of Honduran Liberation, claimed responsibility, said Maj. Bruce Jessup, a spokesman for U.S. troops based in the Central American nation. Three attackers fired on the bus about 1 p.m. six miles north of Tegucigalpa, the capital, he said. He said two Americans were seriously wounded.
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June 20, 1987 | United Press International
Authorities detained a Honduran soldier Friday in the shooting death last week of a U.S. Army sergeant at the Palmerola air base in Honduras. A Honduran military spokesman declined to name the suspect until investigations into the killing were completed and did not provide details as to reasons for the man's arrest or possible motives in the case. The body of Army Staff Sgt. Randal Harris was taken to El Paso, Tex., on Friday morning, officials said.
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June 20, 1987 | United Press International
Authorities detained a Honduran soldier Friday in the shooting death last week of a U.S. Army sergeant at the Palmerola air base in Honduras. A Honduran military spokesman declined to name the suspect until investigations into the killing were completed and did not provide details as to reasons for the man's arrest or possible motives in the case. The body of Army Staff Sgt. Randal Harris was taken to El Paso, Tex., on Friday morning, officials said.
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