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April 13, 1988
About 170 teams of explosives experts working around the clock have cleared 20,000 unexploded missiles, grenades and other weapons from the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi in the wake of Sunday's explosion at an ammunition depot that killed 96 and injured more than 1,000, state-run Pakistan television reported. A five-man Navy team helped to clear the U.S. Embassy grounds, and officials said about 20 devices were found on U.S. property.
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August 19, 1988 | Associated Press
Moving with unusual speed, President Reagan announced Thursday he will nominate veteran diplomat Robert B. Oakley to replace Arnold L. Raphel, the ambassador to Pakistan who was killed in the airplane crash that also claimed the life of Pakistan's President Zia ul-Haq. Oakley, 57, is currently the senior director of Middle East, South Asia and North Africa affairs for the National Security Council. He will be a member of the U.S. delegation headed by Secretary of State George P.
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August 19, 1988 | Associated Press
Moving with unusual speed, President Reagan announced Thursday he will nominate veteran diplomat Robert B. Oakley to replace Arnold L. Raphel, the ambassador to Pakistan who was killed in the airplane crash that also claimed the life of Pakistan's President Zia ul-Haq. Oakley, 57, is currently the senior director of Middle East, South Asia and North Africa affairs for the National Security Council. He will be a member of the U.S. delegation headed by Secretary of State George P.
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April 13, 1988
About 170 teams of explosives experts working around the clock have cleared 20,000 unexploded missiles, grenades and other weapons from the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi in the wake of Sunday's explosion at an ammunition depot that killed 96 and injured more than 1,000, state-run Pakistan television reported. A five-man Navy team helped to clear the U.S. Embassy grounds, and officials said about 20 devices were found on U.S. property.
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