Reagan gets OK on aid to Angola, Argentine arms

In a pair of major foreign policy victories for President Reagan, the Senate voted to remove a ban on covert US aid to forces in Angola and to give him a free hand to resume arms sales to Argentina. The action came during a late-night session Wednesday in which the Senate also voiced a "sense of the Congress" support for American aid to Pakistan. It said that nation is now threatened by Soviet Forces in Afghanistan.

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