Train massacre

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The Independent Online
LISBON (AP) - Up to 100 people were killed and a similar number wounded in an attack by suspected Unita rebels on a train travelling in the southern Angolan province of Huila, news reports here said yesterday. Portugal's TSF radio said the attack took place on Friday near the town of Quipungo, 418 miles south of the capital Luanda, but was unable to give further details.

There was no report of any government military response to the incident, TSF said.