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April 5, 1993 | From Associated Press
Khmer Rouge guerrillas shared a meal with Bulgarian U.N. peacekeepers just before rebel gunmen opened fire, killing three of the foreigners, a U.N. mission spokesman said Sunday. The comments by the spokesman, Eric Falt, are the most complete account so far of the late Friday attack in the southern province of Kompong Speu. Falt said the Bulgarians welcomed three of the guerrillas when they dropped by the U.N. unit and invited them to eat with the platoon of 20 peacekeepers.
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April 5, 1993 | From Associated Press
Khmer Rouge guerrillas shared a meal with Bulgarian U.N. peacekeepers just before rebel gunmen opened fire, killing three of the foreigners, a U.N. mission spokesman said Sunday. The comments by the spokesman, Eric Falt, are the most complete account so far of the late Friday attack in the southern province of Kompong Speu. Falt said the Bulgarians welcomed three of the guerrillas when they dropped by the U.N. unit and invited them to eat with the platoon of 20 peacekeepers.
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January 29, 1987 | JAY SHARBUTT, Times Staff Writer
ABC, although losing Chrysler Corp. as a major sponsor of its controversial "Amerika" miniseries, said Wednesday the show still will air as scheduled and that it was "appalled" at the condemnation it has gotten before its broadcast. The 14 1/2-hour drama, scheduled to begin airing Feb. 15, depicts a grim, drab life in the United States 10 years after a bloodless takeover by the Soviet Union, which uses United Nations peace-keeping forces as its occupation troops.
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