ANGOLAN government forces recaptured from Unita rebels the town of Soyo, where oil terminals crucial to the country's exports are based. Reuters reports from Luanda said further fighting is expected despite a recent peace accord. Early last year Unita took Soyo as oil companies pulled out expatriate workers in a series of dramatic helicopter flights (OGJ, Feb. 8, 1993, Newsletter). Onshore oil facilities reportedly are heavily damaged.

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