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Tuesday, May 9, 2000

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  • Gemocide in Sierra Leone

    The United Nations is admitting that its ill-fated peacekeeping mission in Sierra Leone is in "deep trouble," and is deteriorating. Over 500 UN troops and civilians have been abducted and held hostage, the UN is accusing the RUF, one of the largest rebel groups in the country.