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  2. WORLD NEWS UGANDA Callaghan ready to talk

    LONDON, Wednesday (AAP-Reuter).—The British Foreign Secretary, Mr Callaghan, welcomed last ...

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  3. NEW YORK GARBAGE STRIKE Refuse piles up in 'Stink City'

    NEW YORK, Wednesday (AAP-Reuter).—Stinking refuse piled up in parts of New York as garbagemen ...

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  5. PHILIPPINES Rejection of a Moslem State

    MANILA, Wednesday (AAP-Reuter).—Moslem rebel leaders have rejected a proposal by the Islamic Conference calling for a Moslem-governed State in the southern Philippines, ...

    Article : 192 words
  6. WELCOME BY CHAIRMAN MAO Thailand, China establish ties

    Chairman Mao welcomes the Thai Prime MinisPEKING, Wednesday (AAP-Reuter).—China's detente with the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 169 words
  7. Airline

    NEW YORK, Wednesday (AAP).—The White House approved yesterday the transfer of American ...

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  8. NIXON STATEMENT Johnson 'urged tape system'

    WASHINGTON, Wednesday (AAP).—Former President Nixon says he installed the extensive ...

    Article : 313 words
  9. Left gains in Spain

    MADRID, Wednesday (AAP).—Spain's labour opposition, including the illegal Communist Party, ...

    Article : 90 words
  10. WOMEN Mexico talks end

    MEXICO CITY, Wednesday (AAP-Reuter).—The UN Women's Conference ends today with ...

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