April 24, 1997 in Nation/World

Milestones

 
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Ten years ago: Eighteen people, including 12 U.S. military personnel, were injured when a roadside bomb exploded in the Greek port of Piraeus; the guerrilla group November 17 claimed responsibility.

Five years ago: President Bush and Democratic challenger Bill Clinton made long-distance back-to-back appearances via satellite hookups before the National Association of Hispanic Journalists meeting in Albuquerque, N.M.

One year ago: The main assembly of the Palestine Liberation Organization voted to revoke clauses in its charter that called for an armed struggle to destroy Israel. Also, negotiators for Congress and the White House agreed on a permanent budget for fiscal year 1996.

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