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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - August 26, 1986, Tokyo, Japan T A j racitic Stars and Stripes ra fEl U2I S HI on Mr CM O Ml CM IT csj a in a w Rd Inside TV and Libyan plane deal eyed Page 4 41 st 237 250 AN AUTHORIZED UNOFFICIAL PUBLICATION FOR THE PERSONNEL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL WITHIN THE PACIFIC COMMAND WAYNE KELLEY August 1986 Aquino ignores coup goes to Jakarta Noisy greeting Whitehelmeted members of the extremist leftwing group Chukakuha shout slogans at American sailors manning the rail of the battleship New which arrived at Sasebo NB for a port visit See story on Page Reuter By Ghafur Fadyl The Associated Press JAKARTA President Corazon Aquino put aside warnings of a possible coup attempt at home and traveled to Jakarta where she called for new momentum within Southeast Asias regional The Philippines and Indonesia are among six members of the nearly 20 yearold Association of Southeast Asian or which promotes economic cooperation but sometimes also discusses regional political The other mem bers are Singa pore and BEFORE LEAVING Manila on a fourday trip to Indonesia and Singa Aquino called it a journey of She told the banquet in We believe that it is appropriate to consider fresh particularly in the fields of trade and to give greater momentum to Some Aquino advisers had sug gested she cancel her warning that backers of ousted President Ferdinand Marcos might try to grab power in her absence and that Mar cos might try to return from his exile in The trip is her first abroad since taking office last February following See Page S a militarycivilian revolt against Mar cos 20yearold On the eve of her her armed forces Fidel the army on alert to forestall possible disturbances timed for her AM LEAVING my government in good trustworthy Aquino said before boarding the presidential twinengine Fokker jet for She was met at Jakarta airport by President his wife and other Neither she nor Suharto made a The two were to confer Monday on trade and other Indonesian palace sources said Aquino may sign economic and technical agreements and an accord involving cooperation in air searches and Aquino is due to leave Tuesday for and to return home In an interview released Sunday by the Malaysian news agency Aquino was quoted as saying she was visiting Southeast Asia before going to the United States 1523 to stress that geographically we be long to Asia and our interest lies in developing closer ties with our neigh New report examines KAL 007 WASHINGTON AP intelligence in formation shows that Soviet military officers believed they were firing at an American recon aissance plane when they ordered the downing of a South Korean airliner three years according to a magazine The article said President Reagan had initially rushed to judgment in concluding on the basis of preliminary intelligence reports that the Soviets had knowingly shot down a civilian airliner for intruding into their The president and other top officials chose to look the other way when better information became available about the Soviet confusion of Flight 007 with longstanding American reconaiss ance the story Those who ran the American government did not want to learn that the Soviets had been honestly confused and panic stricken about the enemy The appearing in The was writteen by journalist Seymour It will be part of his upcoming book on the incident in which 269 people died on State Department spokeswoman Anita Stockman said Sunday night the department would have no comment on Hershs She said many of the points it raised had been addressed by officials in the Hersh has been investigating the shooting down of the plane for two and was invited to the Soviet Union in May 1984 to interview top Soviet military The story says the Korean Air Lines 747 was off course because of errors by the crew in pro gramming the jetliners computerized inertial navigation which controlled the automatic In the error that eventually led to the planes flight path over sensitive Soviet military installations occurred before the plane ever left the ground at for its trip to The flight engineer entered a wrong digit into the and the crew somehow failed to catch the error during the according to The article notes that the plane was guided See Page 2 Soviet arrested on spy charges could get life NEW YORK UPI A Soviet scientist working at the United Nations faces a possible life prison term for allegedly buying military secrets from an FBI mole he thought shared his desire to hurt the United the FBI said Gennadiy Fedorovich was arrested late Saturday in a Queens subway station by federal agents after he exchanged for classified government documents from an FBI informant whom Zakharov knew as an employee of a defense the FBI Zakharov was not armed but resisted when See Page 2
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