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Foreign newsreels 1979 № 5919

News, 1 part to collection F 1/2/2015

Algeria - The meeting of the Central Committee of the National Liberation Front in Algeria.

Laos - a prison camp on the island.

South Africa - The effects of the crash on the residential area of Johannesburg.

South Africa - Statement by the Prime Minister Botha of raids against SWAPO bases. (Synchronous)

Chile - The bodies of missing persons were found in the lime kiln in Lonkvene.

United Arab Emirates - Opening of the first Arab emergency conference in Abu Dhabi

Brazil - Opening of the first section of the metro in Rio de Janeiro.


Foreign newsreels 1979 № 5920

News, 1 part to collection F 1/2/2015

Turkey - Turkish Prime Minister Ecevit told a reporter tells about the events in Iran.

UN - Security Council meeting on the upcoming elections in Rhodesia.


Jerusalem - MK Shamir opposes Carter's visit.

Israel, Egypt - Israeli Prime Minister Begin returned from Washington.

Start of negotiation Carter and Sadat in Alexandria.

Rhodesia - Prime Minister Smith, told declares that it will stand as a candidate in elections in April.


Foreign newsreels 1979 № 5934

News, 1 part to collection F 1/2/2015

Vietnam - Vietnamese woman holding flowers.

The family goes to the "family" bike.

Women in construction (taking part in the reconstruction of the country).

Czechoslovakia - Workers National Corporation "Tesla".

Women in the shops at work.

Medical care at the plant.

Children in kindergarten combine.


Foreign newsreels 1979 № 5940

News, 1 part to collection F 1/2/2015

Japan - Spring has come.

From: Zoo.


Visitors with children.

In the national park in the open air - an exhibition of works of art.

Cherry trees in bloom.

Foreign newsreels 1979 № 5941

News, 1 part to collection F 1/2/2015

Austria - The opening of the tunnel in the Alps Ariberg 14 km.

Kirchschlager present.

Silver coin issued in honor of the event.

Foreign newsreels 1979 № 5945

News, 1 part to collection F 1/2/2015

General Section - New electronic devices.

Computers, copiers, etc..

Israel - Prime Minister Begin making a draft treaty between Israel and Egypt to discuss the Knesset.

Heated discussion in the Knesset.

Defense Minister Weizman met in Tel Aviv with journalists.

Jerusalem, Tel Aviv

Iran - Demonstration of women against Islamic laws.


Foreign newsreels 1979 № 5946

News, 1 part to collection F 1/2/2015

Egypt - Negotiations Sadat and Brzezinski.

India - Communist leader Radzheshvar Rao speaks at a mass meeting of agricultural workers seeking land reform.

New Delhi

Canada - British oil tanker that crashed off the coast of Canada.

Turkey - the gold market in Istanbul and Ankara.

Turkey - Long lines at gas stations and on public transport, in connection with government economic measures and rising gasoline prices.



Foreign newsreels 1979 № 5947

News, 1 part to collection F 1/2/2015

Belgium - French-speaking demonstrators express language protest.

Egypt - US President Carter's visit to Egypt.

Cairo, Alexandria


France - Leaders UES announces new European Monetary System.


Zambia - President Kaunda speaks at the celebration of the Youth Week. (Encourages young people to work harder).


Foreign newsreels 1979 № 5948

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Libya - A warm welcome released Palestinian prisoners.


Namibia - Vice President of SWAPO Muyongo talks about his plans for the future organization of Namibia. (Synchronous)

Zambia, Lusaka

Austria - World Figure Skating Championships.

Babilonia and Gardner - world champions in figure skating.

South Africa - White miners return to work after an unsuccessful strike protest of black miners skilled work.


Foreign newsreels 1979 № 5950

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Morocco - Opening of the Conference of the Economic Commission for Africa.


Lebanon - The leaders of the right to join the Christians at a meeting dedicated to the Day of the Martyrs.


United Arab Emirates - The meeting of the Supreme Council of the Emirates.

Discussed measures to strengthen unity.