Foreign newsreels 1980 № 6521

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Ivory Coast - Elections.

Iraq - the first since the war began the press conference by President Hussein (say, the terms on which Iraq agreed to withdraw its troops from Iran).


Mexico - Soccer.


China - Negotiations leader of the Spanish Communist Party S. Carillo with Chinese President Hua Guofeng.


Zambia - The ceremony in memory of the fallen of the First and Second World War.

Present President Kaunda.


Algeria - US Deputy Secretary of State Warren Christopher transmits Algerian representatives of the US government's response to Iran's conditions for the release of the hostages.


Italy - The body of a businessman who was killed by terrorists from the "Red Brigades".

Police searched the train for the purpose of catching the killers.

A protest demonstration against the activities of "Red Brigades".


Bahamas - Refugees from Haiti in the Bahamas.

Defense movement

France - Interview with the new IOC president Samaranch H. about the future of the Olympic Movement.


US - to erect a monument to an Indian chief in South Dakota.

Iran - The funeral of those killed in the war with Iraq.

Press conference of the Speaker of the Mejlis (Parliament) on the release of the hostages.


Greece - The consequences of the bombings in the two shopping centers.


United States - Negotiations Israeli Prime Minister Begin to President Carter at Camp David Accords.


Pakistan - Afghan "refugees" in the north-western provinces of Pakistan - buses, cars from Afghanistan to "refugee" camps, the Afghan cars on the roads.

USA - United rapid reaction preparing to fly to Egypt.


Japan - The construction of a number of bridges to connect the island of Shikoku with Honshu.

Lebanon - Consequences of a bomb explosion in one of Beirut's institutions.

United Nations - The UN Committee against apartheid is in the UN report on apartheid in South Africa.

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