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LUANDA, Sept 23 (Reuter) - Four Brazilian members of the U.N. peacekeeping force in Angola were wounded on Sunday when their vehicle hit a landmine in the central province of Bie, the state news agency Angop said on Monday.
About 6,500 U.N. peacekeepers are monitoring a peace accord signed in November 1994 between the Angolan government and the UNITA opposition. The two sides were at war since the country's independence in 1975.
09 - 22 Sep, 1996
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WASHINGTON -- President Clinton has issued a report on Angola to the U.S. Congress, pursuant to U.S.
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The information contained in this report was provided by the United Nations Humanitarian Assistance Coordination Unit in Luanda (UCAH)
LUANDA, Angola (AP) -- Five former UNITA rebel generals reported to the capital Monday to take up posts in a new unified army alongside one-time opponents in Angola's two-decade civil war.
Among the five was UNITA's chief of staff, Arlindo Chenda Pena, who will be second in command under the government's chief of staff, Gen. Joao de Matos.
The rebel demobilization is part of a 1994 U.N.-brokered peace agreement that ended fighting between the government and UNITA, the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola.
02 - 08 Sep, 1996
This report includes: A) Burundi, Rwanda, Zaire and Tanzania B) Angola C) Iraq D) Former Yugoslavia
Ref: DHAGVA - 96/0349
BAILUNDO, Angola (AP) -- UNITA rebels rejected an offered vice presidential post for their leader Tuesday, setting back efforts to establish a coalition government to end Angola's two-decade civil war.
President Jose Eduardo dos Santos had made the offer personally to Jonas Savimbi earlier this year.
Savimbi had said he did not want the job if it were mainly ceremonial, and UNITA rebels followed that up with a statement Tuesday ''categorically'' rejecting the post.
The vice presidency would control mining, trade, health and tourism ministries.
15 August 96 - Angola's joint ceasefire commission ordered a board of inquiry to investigate landmine blasts in the diamond-rich Lunda-Sul region on a stretch of road already demined. Two UN peacekeepers were killed on the road, between Saurimo and Luena, on 27 July when their vehicle hit a landmine.
On 1 August, another landmine was found on the same road and on 10 August a UN convoy carrying 85 UNITA soldiers, as well as 25 women and 38 children, hit a 130mm artillery shell with a detonator on top. Twenty-five UNITA soldiers were hurt. (Source: Reuter)
Angola Country Report
(The weekly news summary was compiled from various wire sources)
Savimbi told delegates at the recent UNITA party congress that "UNITAs soldiers are not preparing for war . . . we dont want
war. War has finished . . . There is no political advantage in war." Savimbi said UNITA has handed in all heavy weapons
and artillery and has met its obligations under terms of the peace agreement. Savimbi accused the government of not keeping
Ref: DHAGVA - 96/0341
UNITA misses deadline
This report includes: A) Burundi, Rwanda, Zaire and Tanzania B) Angola C) Russian Federation (Chechnya)
Appeal Target : US 424,067
In a city which used to have a hospital, three health centres and 46 health posts, only the hospital was still operational by 1995. In a province that has been battered by war and suffering, ACT and the Evangelical Reformed Church in Angola stand ready to address some of the basic emergency needs of the people.
12-18 Aug, 1996