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Negotiations began in New York on ending South Africa's 73-year rule over neighboring Namibia and fixing a timetable for the withdrawal of an estimated 50,000 Cuban troops from Marxist-ruled Angola. Officials from South Africa, Angola, Cuba and the United States met privately at the U.S. Coast Guard base on Governors Island. The session, chaired by Chester A. Crocker, assistant secretary of state for African affairs, is expected to end late today or Wednesday.

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