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September 15, 1987
Three suspected guerrillas of the outlawed African National Congress were killed in a running gun battle over the weekend with security forces near the border with Zimbabwe, the South African military command said. It added that the security forces, which reported no casualties, seized Soviet-made automatic rifles and other weapons. Two other guerrillas were arrested after trying to infiltrate South Africa from Botswana, military officials added.
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September 15, 1987
Three suspected guerrillas of the outlawed African National Congress were killed in a running gun battle over the weekend with security forces near the border with Zimbabwe, the South African military command said. It added that the security forces, which reported no casualties, seized Soviet-made automatic rifles and other weapons. Two other guerrillas were arrested after trying to infiltrate South Africa from Botswana, military officials added.
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September 5, 1987 | MICHAEL PARKS, Times Staff Writer
In the wake of three years of widespread civil unrest, the South African government is putting hundreds of anti-apartheid activists on trial, charging them with treason, subversion, terrorism and other crimes under the security laws. Sixty-nine people are currently facing treason charges in six separate cases.
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