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WHAT HAPPENED ON 23th January 2001?

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22nd January 2001

KABILA BURIED IN HIGH-SECURITY FUNERAL

The funeral of Laurent Kabila the assassinated president of the Democratic Republic of Congo has taken place in the capital Kinshasa. Mr Kabila who was shot dead last week by a bodyguard was buried in a mausoleum at the Palace of the Nation in the country's parliament building. Security was tight with Angolan troops arriving amid fears of more unrest. Leading the mourners was Mr Kabila's son Joseph appointed acting president.

23th January 2001

KABILA BURIED IN HIGH-SECURITY FUNERAL

The funeral of Laurent Kabila the assassinated president of the Democratic Republic of Congo has taken place in the capital Kinshasa. Mr Kabila who was shot dead last week by a bodyguard was buried in a mausoleum at the Palace of the Nation in the country's parliament building. Security was tight with Angolan troops arriving amid fears of more unrest. Leading the mourners was Mr Kabila's son Joseph appointed acting president.

23th January 2001

GOVT URGED TO REMAIN FOCUSED ON PEACE

Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams has urged the Government not to allow Peter Mandelson's resignation to distract it from the search for peace in N Ireland. Ulster Unionist leader David Trimble praised Mr Mandelson in the Commons. He said his work in Northern Ireland had been appreciated by many people. The Democratic Unionist Party said few tears would be shed for Mr Mandelson who "refused to recognise" it spoke for the majority of the unionist community.

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22nd January 2001

KABILA BURIED IN HIGH-SECURITY FUNERAL

The funeral of Laurent Kabila the assassinated president of the Democratic Republic of Congo has taken place in the capital Kinshasa. Mr Kabila who was shot dead last week by a bodyguard was buried in a mausoleum at the Palace of the Nation in the country's parliament building. Security was tight with Angolan troops arriving amid fears of more unrest. Leading the mourners was Mr Kabila's son Joseph appointed acting president.

23th January 2001

KABILA BURIED IN HIGH-SECURITY FUNERAL

The funeral of Laurent Kabila the assassinated president of the Democratic Republic of Congo has taken place in the capital Kinshasa. Mr Kabila who was shot dead last week by a bodyguard was buried in a mausoleum at the Palace of the Nation in the country's parliament building. Security was tight with Angolan troops arriving amid fears of more unrest. Leading the mourners was Mr Kabila's son Joseph appointed acting president.

23th January 2001

FRENCH NO LONGER IMPORTANT IN TURKEY

Officials at Istanbul international airport say French businessmen can no longer use the fast-track VIP hall. The airport administration chief said only official guests of the Turkish government could now enjoy that perk. The move is a sign of Turkey's outrage over the French parliament vote to recognise as genocide the 1915 deaths of Armenians under the Ottoman empire. Turkey disputes the number of deaths and denies that the killings were part of a deliberate policy of genocide.

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22nd January 2001

KABILA BURIED IN HIGH-SECURITY FUNERAL

The funeral of Laurent Kabila the assassinated president of the Democratic Republic of Congo has taken place in the capital Kinshasa. Mr Kabila who was shot dead last week by a bodyguard was buried in a mausoleum at the Palace of the Nation in the country's parliament building. Security was tight with Angolan troops arriving amid fears of more unrest. Leading the mourners was Mr Kabila's son Joseph appointed acting president.

23th January 2001

KABILA BURIED IN HIGH-SECURITY FUNERAL

The funeral of Laurent Kabila the assassinated president of the Democratic Republic of Congo has taken place in the capital Kinshasa. Mr Kabila who was shot dead last week by a bodyguard was buried in a mausoleum at the Palace of the Nation in the country's parliament building. Security was tight with Angolan troops arriving amid fears of more unrest. Leading the mourners was Mr Kabila's son Joseph appointed acting president.

23th January 2001

GOVT URGED TO REMAIN FOCUSED ON PEACE

Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams has urged the Government not to allow Peter Mandelson's resignation to distract it from the search for peace in N Ireland. Ulster Unionist leader David Trimble praised Mr Mandelson in the Commons. He said his work in Northern Ireland had been appreciated by many people. The Democratic Unionist Party said few tears would be shed for Mr Mandelson who "refused to recognise" it spoke for the majority of the unionist community.

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22nd January 2001

KABILA BURIED IN HIGH-SECURITY FUNERAL

The funeral of Laurent Kabila the assassinated president of the Democratic Republic of Congo has taken place in the capital Kinshasa. Mr Kabila who was shot dead last week by a bodyguard was buried in a mausoleum at the Palace of the Nation in the country's parliament building. Security was tight with Angolan troops arriving amid fears of more unrest. Leading the mourners was Mr Kabila's son Joseph appointed acting president.

23th January 2001

KABILA BURIED IN HIGH-SECURITY FUNERAL

The funeral of Laurent Kabila the assassinated president of the Democratic Republic of Congo has taken place in the capital Kinshasa. Mr Kabila who was shot dead last week by a bodyguard was buried in a mausoleum at the Palace of the Nation in the country's parliament building. Security was tight with Angolan troops arriving amid fears of more unrest. Leading the mourners was Mr Kabila's son Joseph appointed acting president.

23th January 2001

UK TROOPS EXTEND SIERRA LEONE TRAINING

The Government has announced plans to extend British troops' training of the Sierra Leonean army by eight months until the end of September. Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon said the move would help make the West African state's army "self-sufficient". The British military presence will remain at around 600 at any time. British troops have made an "important contribution to stability in Sierra Leone" Mr Hoon added.

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