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[NATIONAL, C Edition]
Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: Chicago Tribune wires
Date: Jul 9, 1986
Start Page: 5
Section: NEWS
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President Quett Masire of Botswana said Tuesday that South Africa's black neighbors would suffer most if Western countries imposed economic sanctions on the white-led republic.

"Obviously we can't prohibit the West from imposing sanctions on South Africa and we welcome every form of pressure on the apartheid regime," Masire said.

Meanwhile, British Foreign Secretary Sir Geoffrey Howe left for southern Africa Tuesday on a Common Market mission to end apartheid in South Africa, undaunted by the indifference of black leaders and the unenthusiastic response of Pretoria.

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