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Foreign newsreels 1975 № 4310

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Syria - Mass rally on the anniversary of Palestinian guerrillas occupation of Palestine by Israel. (16 May 1948).

Yarmouk camp, May 16, 1975

Chile - The Catholic Church provides food for the starving children, despite the opposition of the government.

Santiago, May 12, 1975

United States - Anti-war demonstration - a holiday to honor the end of the war in Indo-China.

New York, May 11, 1975

USA. - Unemployed in New York.


Foreign newsreels 1975 № 4315

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Germany - Speech by the President of Shell at a meeting in the church of the University of Bonn on the 30th anniversary of the fall of Fascism.

Germany - a portrait of the city of Bremen.

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Germany - The opening of the 21st session of the European Economic Community.

Bonn, 26 May 1975

USA - Winner of auto racing "World-600."

U.S. - A new attraction "Corkscrew" near Los Angeles.

USA - Archaeological excavations at the site of an oil pipeline in Alaska.

India - Discussion of 5-year-old trade agreement with the Soviet Union Delegations of India and the Soviet Union.

New Delhi, May 26.


Foreign newsreels 1975 № 4324

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England - Collection of the transport union.

Ivory Coast - The International Women's Year.

Belgium - NATO defense ministers' talks.

Lebanon - Consultation of Prime Minister Karami with the leaders of the political groups to form a new cabinet.

May 29.

Portugal - Demonstration of Socialists on the closure of the newspaper.

Lisbon, May 22.


Foreign newsreels 1975 № 4325

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Lebanon, the United Nations - the victims of clashes in the village of Anta Al-Shaab kilometer from the Israeli border.

Argentina - President Mary Estella Peron takes a military parade on Independence Day.

France - Demonstration at the Paris Air Show aircraft Mirage F-IE (France) and F-16 (U.S.).

Paris, June 6.

UN - Security Council meeting on the prohibition of arms of South Africa.

New York, June 5.

Portugal - Opening of the First Constituent Assembly of Portugal.


Foreign newsreels 1975 № 4326

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Senegal - 4 Planning Conference.

Portugal - Prime Minister Vasco Goncalves returned to Lisbon with the conference of NATO.

Lisbon, June 1, 1975

China - Visiting the Romanian delegation, Prime Minister Chou En Lai in the hospital.

Yugoslavia - World chess champion Karpov - a match in Yugoslavia with Portoshem.

Laos - The evacuation of Americans and American art from Laos.

Thailand - The funeral and cremation of soldiers killed in battle.


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Malaysia - Arrival in Malaysia Englishman Joe Bünger to prepare for the match with Muhammad Ali.

USSR - Press Conference at Star City Soviet and foreign journalists before the flight "Union" and "Apollo."

June 3, 1975

Pakistan - Construction of the dam Tarbes.

Surrounding villages.

France - Air Show at Le Bourget.

Demonstration of different aircraft.


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UN - UN Security Council meeting on June YUAR.3.

Greece - Arrival of President Sadat of Egypt to Greece.

Negotiations with Karmanlisom.

June 3, 1975

Lebanon - Security measures for the prevention of collisions political rivals.

Ivory Coast - West African transport ministers are discussing the creation of an integrated transport system.

Mauritania - Arrivals Kim Il Sung of Korea (DPRK) to Mauritania for talks.


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Bulgaria - The May literary days in Sofia.

Bulgaria - The opening of the monument to Cyril and Methodius.

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Austria - Arrival in Austria Egyptian President Sadat.

The meeting in Vienna with Bruno Kreisky.

Arriving in Austria U.S. President D. Ford.

Meeting at the airport.

Chatting with Kreisky.

Meet and talk Ford and Sadat.