Australia - Olympic champions at the International Games in 1980 in Melbourne.
England - Championship table tennis.
The Chinese team is fighting for the championship.
City of Brighton, January 14.
Spain - The funeral of a police officer in Pomplone.
India - Statement by the Prime Minister M. Desai about nuclear weapons.
U.S. - Hockey.
Italy - Ethiopia - Ethiopia's foreign minister accused the Arab reactionaries in the escalation of the war in the province of Eritrea.
City of Rome, January 23.
England - The Prime Minister of the Republic of Belize refused to debate the issue of Guatemala.
Ethiopia - Eritrea's Massawa Port District, deserted due to the war.
Bolivia - President Hugo Banzer makes a statement about the dire circumstances of the country.
The city of La Paz.
India - Special Report - 30 years after the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi.
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Japan - Boxing.
New Zealand - Track and Field competition.
South Africa - Winnie Mandela, wife of imprisoned black activist, is accused of violating the law.
January 17, 1978.
Somalia - Kenya - Somali diplomat said that in Ethiopia's conflict "involved Russian and Cuban" (synchronous).
City of Nairobi, January 20.
Rhodesia - Interview of President of the African National Congress N. Sitole about Rhodesian question.
Salisbury, 26 January.
Ethiopia - Religious holiday.
Addis Ababa, January 18.
Thailand - Statement by the Prime Minister K. Chamanada about Vietnamese-Cambodian relations.
Vietnam - France - Vietnamese Ambassador denies that Vietnam invaded Cambodia territory.
The city of Paris, on January 13.
Egypt - President A. Sadat talks with British Prime Minister D. Callaghan.
Aswan City, January 13.
India - a religious holiday.
The opening of a new temple in Bombay.
January 15, 1978.
Bangladesh - Remarks by President Rahman at a rally in Narsingdi on the restoration of democracy in the country.
Narsingdi town, 29 January 1978.
Tunisia - Street clashes during a one-day general strike.
Tunis, 23-26 January 1978.
Israel - Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Begin and U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Atherton speak to reporters, statements about the end of the negotiations.
The city of Jerusalem, 26I/1978 year.
Rhodesia and Kenya - Interview with Ian Smith and the leaders of black nationalists Muzorewa and Nkomo about the negotiations on the internal settlement in the country.
Israel - the West Bank - Jerusalem - The construction of military settlements in the Israeli-occupied zemlyah.8 January 1978.
Canada - Canadian scientists see the broken pieces of the artificial Soviet satellite, extracted from the lake.
Edmonton, January 31 - February 1.
USA - Training Leon Spinks, who said that he could beat the famous boxer Muhammad Ali.
City of Philadelphia.
Rhodesia - Statement of Bishop Muzorewa negotiations with Ian Smith on internal settlement.
Soldiers on the streets of Salisbury.
United Nations - The Sinai Peninsula, Buffer Zone - the American base of service monitoring.
NATO - Belgium - A meeting of NATO defense ministers.
City of Brussels, 6 December.
Ethiopia - The battle between government troops from Eritrean guerrillas Massua per port.
England - Trade Delegation of China watches demonstration flight of military jets "Harrier".
Lebanon - A rally in support of the Palestinian resistance movement.
Present at the meeting PLO leader Yasser Arafat.
Beirut, January 7.
Lebanon - The members of the Lebanese Front - Commonwealth right political parties - after the two-day meeting told reporters.
Lebanon - Palestinian village, abandoned by people because of the ongoing border fighting between Israeli and Palestinian guerrillas.
City of Taybeh, January 22.
Jerusalem and Egypt - talks U.S. Secretary of State Cyrus Vance to A. M. Begin, Sadat and to continue their talks on the Middle East.
Cities: Jerusalem, Cairo, January 20.
Bolivia - The funeral of 17-year old student who was killed in clashes between police and protesters during the 24-hour strike.
The city of La Paz.
Israel - the West Bank - Residents of Shiloh celebrate Day of the Tree.
City of Shiloh, on January 23.
France. - President Valery Giscard d'Estaing speaks at a campaign rally.