Freetown relief drive

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The Independent Online
Nigerian-led occupation forces in Sierra Leone pushed to open supply routes into Freetown, still reeling from the ousting of the military junta, while relief agencies prepared to receive their first shipments of medicine and food.

The Red Cross was compiling a list of people most in need of assistance, including more than 1,000 people left homeless in the fighting. - AP, Freetown

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