Foreign newsreels 1976 № 4891
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Temporary descriptionSouth Africa - The excitement of the Negro population. M / sheet no. Seychelles - The story about the president of the newly independent State James Mangame and future Prime Minister - Minister Frances Renee. M / sheet no. Greece - The ceremony of laying the Olympic flame in Ancient Olympia at the altar of Zeus. July 13. England - The story about the drought and water shortage in the areas of Northamptonshire, Lincolnshire and Mid Wales. July. England - Story correspondent BBC BBC Rippon of a strong fire in a bomb explosion in a house in Belfast. Firefighters extinguish a fire. July 15. Ireland, England - The bombings at hotels in Dublin. The attack on a bar in a Catholic district near Antrim. July 2-3. Lebanon - The battle for the refugee camp of Tel al - Zaatr. Beirut, July 3. Lebanon - Beirut. The lack of water, food, fuel and medicines. The queues for water and kerosene. July 9-10. Lebanon - the right-wing forces shelling the Palestinian refugee camp of Tel al-Zaatr. July 12. Cyprus - The story of the Greek-Turkish clashes in Cyprus since the coup in Cyprus in July 1974. Argentina - The story of the country's automobile industry (decline due to the global economic downturn.) The American company "General Motors." July 5. Iraq - Statement on national radio and television President al-Bakr on the anniversary in 1968, the coming to power of the ruling Baath party. Speaks about the success of the country for the period 1968-1976 years. BAGHDAD, July 16. East Africa - Intense political relations between Kenya and Uganda. The tense situation in the Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia. July. Kenya, Uganda - The British are leaving, the Kampala due to the deterioration of relations between Uganda and England. Nairobi, July 14. UN - Security Council debate on the Israeli raid at Entebbe airport. July 14.