Articles

Aug 31, 1988

Is America Out to Lunch?

The New York Times, Aug. 30, 1988 SARASOTA, Fla. — What happened, America? You used to work so well. For a decade, in my travels as a foreign correspondent, I wrestled with telephones and…

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Mar 17, 1988

Terry Anderson, Devalued

The New York Times, March 16, 1988 SINCE THE MORNING of March 16, 1985, when Terry Anderson, an Associated Press correspondent, was dragged from a car in West Beirut, his whole world has been a…

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Mar 27, 1986

They remain the forgotten Americans

The New York Times, March 26, 1986 (LONDON) -- IT'S HARD TO FIND mention in the European and American press of what the United States is doing to free its hostages who remain in Lebanon. The…

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Jan 05, 1980

Wary Guerrillas Meet Peacekeepers

The Toronto Globe & Mail, Jan. 4, 1980 DENDERA MISSION, Rhodesia - They stare through suspicion-filled eyes, clinging to their weapons. A week ago, these men and women would have killed any…

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Jan 03, 1980

Replay of violent decade faces Southern Africa

The Toronto Globe & Mail, Jan. 2, 1980 SALISBURY - Although it enters the 1980s with a major peace agreement, Southern Africa faces the prospect of a replay of the bloodshed of the past decade.…

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Dec 29, 1979

Car Crash Kills Rhodesian Guerrilla

Salisbury RHODESIA (Dec. 28, 1979) -- Special to The Globe and Mail - The future of the Rhodesian ceasefire was in jeopardy yesterday with a warning from Patriotic Front guerrilla alliance…

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Dec 22, 1979

British Troops Arrive in Rhodesia

The Toronto Globe & Mail, Dec. 21, 1979 SALISBURY - The first contingent of British troops for the ceasefire monitoring force arrived here yesterday to develop the military infrastructure to…

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Nov 26, 1977

Zambia’s future hinges on farm campaign

The Toronto Globe & Mail, Nov. 25, 1977 LUSAKA - On a flight over the Zambian bush, it quickly becomes obvious that something is missing. The veldt stretches as far as the eye can see, a vast,…

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