Aid workers killed in Sudan
June 10, 1998 (BBC)
Gunmen in central Sudan have fired on a United Nations vehicle, killing three Sudanese aid workers and wounding three more. Two of those killed worked for the UN World Food Programme; the third was attached to the International Red Crescent.
The convoy was travelling in Kadugli province in the Nuba mountains area when
it was attacked. The aid workers were assessing the need for relief supplies
in the region, which was the subject of a long-running blockade by the government
until last month.