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Thursday, April 2, 1998

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  • Clinton Tours Goree Island

    President Clinton ends his 12-day tour of Africa today with a tour and a speech at Goree Island off the coast of Dakar, Senegal. Arguably one of the most significant visits of President Clinton’s 6-nation tour, Goree Island was a European slave warehouse and trading post as well as a military fortress. It was there that the slave ships docked and people from many parts of Africa were taken across the Atlantic, never to see home or family again.

  • New Information in Case of Murdered Mayan Guerrilla

    American lawyer Jennifer Harbury has captured worldwide attention in her long and courageous search to discover what happened to her husband Mayan guerrilla commander Efrain Bamaca Velasquez, also known as Commandante Everardo. He was captured and disappeared by the US- backed Guatemalan military in the early 1990s.