Foreign newsreels 1978 № 5601

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India - Leopard zagryzshy 14 people, caught and taken to the zoo Lucknow. Lucknow, April 11. England - Pop singer Cliff Richard talks about his life, performs a few songs. City of London, 11 April. England - International Tournament of Champions in gymnastics. The City of London, April 15. Germany - Special Report on the new German soccer star Klaus Fischer. November 29, 1977 - January 28, 1978. Canada - Scientists watch the whales, stranded in the ice. Labrador City, April 10. India - a village, inhabited by Indians of the lower castes. Report made in connection with the unrest in Biquard caste. City Ratna, Biquard, April 10. Ethiopia - Kenya - Ethiopian Ambassador makes a statement to journalists, which states that if Somalia will support the guerrillas operating in Ethiopia, his country will be forced to strike back at the border of Somalia. City of Nairobi, April 14. USA - Police in the building in which the West Indian barricaded isolationists. Philadelphia, April 11. Argentina - The funeral of slain extremists Assistant Minister of Economy M. Padilla. City of Buenos Aires, April 12. Rhodesia - Tanzania - Leaders Rhodesian guerrilla Mugabe and Nkomo and British Foreign Secretary David Owen expressed the points of Anglo-American peace plan Rhodesian problem. The city of Dar es Salaam. 14,15,16 April. India - The signing of an agreement between India and Pakistan on the joint construction of hydropower plants on the river of Kashmir. City of Delhi, April 14. Lebanon - The deputy commander of the UN peacekeeping in Lebanon tells reporters execution troops their mission. April 12. Kenya - How far the only dry Don East Africa. Mombasa. Australia - Shootout between police and bank robbers, as a result of which he died. Brisbane, April 13. Lebanon - Arrival of the UN Secretary General Kurt Waldheim to Lebanon for talks with the leaders of the country. Beirut, April 17. France - Frenchman Masse, a former three-month hostage guerrillas Chad returned home. The city of Paris, April 16.