Foreign newsreels 1978 № 5704
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England / Japan - The impact of the fall in the dollar exchange rate on American tourists.
Taken: Japan-The business district of Tokyo.
American tourists in a store, in a Tokyo bank.
A Japanese cashier counts bills and exchanges money.
London-American tourists exchange currency.
American tourists in the store.
England-Opening of the conference on Muslim communities in non-Muslim countries.
Jordan-U.S. Ambassador to the Middle East Roy Atherton arrives in Jordan for talks on Arab-Israeli relations.
Bolivia-A demonstration in support of the new president, General Juan Pereda.
USA-NASA scientists are correcting the changed orbit of the Skylab, trying to save the spacecraft.
Rhodesia-A thousand black refugees from war-torn rural areas are huddled in slum settlements.
Bolivia-Interview of an American who was imprisoned without a sentence.
Israel-Interview of Prime Minister of Israel Begin for the New York Radio Corporation. (Accuses Sadat of a lack of flexibility in peace negotiations).
Canada-Participants and organizers of the Games of the countries of cooperation speak out about the boycott of the games by Nigeria.
Portugal-Interview with the outgoing Foreign Minister (he talks about the damage to the country of the political crisis).
Israel-Demonstrators gather at the house of Israeli Prime Minister Begin to demand concessions from Israel in the interests of peace.
Holland-The annual Nijmegen March ends with a parade.
Yugoslavia-U.S. sprinter S. Williams wins the 100 m race at the Fedro Zion Memorial.
USA - The US government announces the restriction of visits of high-ranking officials to the Soviet Union.