Cruise Missile Strikes On Afghanistan and Sudan (August 1998)

Cruise Missile Strikes On Afghanistan And Sudan (August 1998)

The August 1998 bombings of Afghanistan and Sudan (codenamed Operation Infinite Reach by the United States) were American cruise missile strikes on terrorist bases in Afghanistan and a pharmaceutical factory in Sudan on August 20, 1998. The attack was in retaliation for the bombings of American embassies in Kenya and Tanzania which killed 224 people (including 12 Americans) and injured 5,000 others.

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Cruise Missile Strikes On Afghanistan And Sudan (August 1998) - Reaction
... United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan was concerned over these developments and awaits further details. Australia Prime Minister John Howard said ... Sudan-Thousands of anti-U.S ... The minister of information of Sudanharshly condemned the attack on Khartoum and denounced Bill Clinton as a proven liar"with 100 girlfriends" ...

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