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Vol 38 No 17

Published 29th August 1997


Angola

Time's up, again

The peace process still hangs fire and everyone's patience is running out

'We are close to the end of our tether with UNITA', says a senior official with the United Nations Observer Mission to Angola (MONUA). The United Nations Security Council is poised to implement fresh sanctions against the União Nacional para a Independência Total de Angola, whose leader, Jonas Savimbi, is still not complying with the 1994 peace accords. UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, told the Council that the peace process was at its 'most critical phase' so far.

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