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February 13, 1988 | JOHN M. BRODER, Times Staff Writer
Two Soviet warships deliberately bumped two U.S. Navy ships Friday in Soviet-claimed waters in the Black Sea, Pentagon officials said. A Defense Department official said the U.S. government views the incident with "considerable concern," and the State Department filed an official protest with the Soviet Union over the incident.
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October 9, 1990 | MICHAEL PARKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Soviet coast guard Monday fired warning shots at a Greenpeace ship carrying anti-nuclear activists who were protesting plans to resume the testing of nuclear weapons in the Arctic, the official Tass news agency reported. The coast guard vessel, an icebreaker operated by the KGB, the Soviet security and intelligence agency, then put armed sailors aboard the MV Greenpeace to escort it out of the Barents Sea, Tass said.
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June 24, 1988
The Soviet Union permitted the Alaska National Guard to conduct an air search inside its territory for a party of lost Eskimos, the first time such a search has been allowed, U.S. Sen. Frank H. Murkowski (R-Alaska) said. The Soviet Ministry of the Maritime Fleet allowed three aircraft to fly inside Soviet territory along the Bering Strait for a six-hour period, the senator said in a statement. The Eskimos, who had been hunting for walrus, have been missing from St.
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June 24, 1988
The Soviet Union permitted the Alaska National Guard to conduct an air search inside its territory for a party of lost Eskimos, the first time such a search has been allowed, U.S. Sen. Frank H. Murkowski (R-Alaska) said. The Soviet Ministry of the Maritime Fleet allowed three aircraft to fly inside Soviet territory along the Bering Strait for a six-hour period, the senator said in a statement. The Eskimos, who had been hunting for walrus, have been missing from St.
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October 9, 1990 | MICHAEL PARKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Soviet coast guard Monday fired warning shots at a Greenpeace ship carrying anti-nuclear activists who were protesting plans to resume the testing of nuclear weapons in the Arctic, the official Tass news agency reported. The coast guard vessel, an icebreaker operated by the KGB, the Soviet security and intelligence agency, then put armed sailors aboard the MV Greenpeace to escort it out of the Barents Sea, Tass said.
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February 13, 1988 | JOHN M. BRODER, Times Staff Writer
Two Soviet warships deliberately bumped two U.S. Navy ships Friday in Soviet-claimed waters in the Black Sea, Pentagon officials said. A Defense Department official said the U.S. government views the incident with "considerable concern," and the State Department filed an official protest with the Soviet Union over the incident.
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