Compiled From Wire Service Dispatches With Analysis From Monitor Correspondents Around The World,
Edited By Linda Feldmann /
July 11, 1983
Sudanese troops freed five foreign relief workers, including two Americans, who were held for two weeks by southern Sudanese rebels. During the operation, 18 of the rebels were killed in an assault on their camp. The hostages were reported safe.
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