Foreign chronicle 1986 № 13 South Africa. Haiti. Brazil.
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Temporary descriptionMeeting of protest against the apartheid regime in South Africa, police dispersed the demonstrators. A fire in a village in South Africa. The leader of the group called the African Resistance Movement in South Africa, Terre Blanche speaks to the gathering at the stadium in Pittsburgh in the protection regime. Living in a village in Haiti do chores: collecting firewood, plant trees, plowed land. Type of protected tropical forest in Brazil. The representative of the governmental group to protect the environment in Brazil distributes food to the Indians of the tribe inhabiting the forests of the Amazon.
On combating the democratic forces of the country against the apartheid regime.
Discontinued performance leader fighting Terre Blanche.
The plight of the country, caused by s0-year reign of the Duvalier family.
The destruction of tropical forests.
On the problems of thousands of Indians CET living in these forests.
One of the tribes for the first time will drive elk with civilization.