Foreign chronicle 1986 № 20 Cameroon. Japan. Children must be happy.
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Temporary descriptionThe tragedy at Lake Nyos in Cameroon. Volcanic gas escaped from the bottom of the lake, destroying all life in the immediate vicinity. View of the village, which killed nearly all the inhabitants, the corpses of animals on the streets. Doctors visiting the victims in a hospital. View of Lake Nyos. Resident of Tokyo (Japan) in domestic work: clean room, cooking, planting flowers, walking the dog, feed the children, go to the store. Type the streets of Tokyo. The plot is devoted to children. A newborn baby sleeps. Children playing in the street. Resident of Africa fed children. The children of Palestine over dinner. The girls gather flowers in the field: playing the violin.
About the tragedy of people near Lake Nyos, where as a result of the emission of volcanic gases from the lake bottom died about eighteen hundred people.
On the situation of contemporary Japanese women trying to combine old traditions: the quiet submissive women and modern living conditions, rapid technological change.
The Children of the jungle tribe who were infected and died of "civilizing vannogo influenza," about African starving children, the de tyah that emerged from British parents with modern advances in medicine, the plight of the children of Palestine, who was fighting in Lebanon.