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April 25, 1994

Undated (AP) _ ″The fighting has been exceptionally heavy today. The fire is very, very heavy.″ - Abdul Kabia, a U.N. spokesman in Kigali, on the heavy mortar and gunfire exchanged by Rwandan rebels and government forces on Sunday.

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″I don’t want you to concentrate on the violent action of those people who want to disrupt the process.″ - ANC President Nelson Mandela appealing for calm after a car bomb exploded in downtown Johannesburg, causing a heavy loss of life and damaging the headquarters of the African National Congress just two days before South Africa’s first all-race election.

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″In the last 24 hours in Gorazde, the situation, I’m delighted to say, is quiet.″ - Lt. Gen. Sir Michael Rose, the U.N. commander in Bosnia, as Bosnian Serbs on Sunday gave up their three-week assault on Gorazde under the threat of NATO air strikes.

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