Foreign newsreels 1978 № 5813
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USA - World heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali is supporting black candidate for the senatorial election campaign.
France - UNESCO Conference.
Talk Information Service Third World.
Delegates to the conference.
Portugal - President Eanes takes new prime minister Carlos Pinto.
Japan - First Deputy Prime Minister of China, Deng Xiaoping visited the former Prime Minister Tanaka of Japan and Foreign Minister Ohira.
Somalia - The leader of the Western Somali states that fighting in the Ogaden desert will continue.
USA - The White House.
President Carter says (offers voluntary control of prices and wages, as a measure to combat inflation). (Synchronous)
Turkey - Upon arrival, the first military supplies to Turkey from the U.S., after the removal of the arms embargo, Turkish Foreign Minister commented on this fact (synchronously).
USA - football match in Oklahoma.
GDR - New premises for SWAPO in Berlin.
England - Representatives of the dairy industry are voting in a referendum on the future of the market for milk.
The milk is supplied to consumers.
Rhodesia - Orphanage near Salisbury gave shelter to black children orphaned during the guerrilla war.
Germany - Frankfurt Currency Exchange.
Another drop in the dollar.
Argentina - Cars moving through the streets.
Man stops the car and tells him to extinguish fires.
Egypt - Ugandan President Idi Amin arrive in Cairo for talks with President Sadat.
Italy - Italian Interior Minister Virginio Rononi reports during the parliamentary debate on the murder of Aldo Moro, that terrorism in the country increases.
Seychelles - Seychelles President Rene A. encourages the Indian Ocean to the use of fish resources.