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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 3, 1990, Darmstadt, Hesse Authorized unofficial publication for the . Armed forces vol. 49, no. 50 Good morning sunday june 3, 1990 a a 25 daily and sunday d 8693 a inside stripes / Quot a Naf bargaining now hot Issue. Page 2 a tuesday a big Day for . Voters. Page 4 a Chicago win carries series to wire. Page 21 a rebels gain ground in Liberia. Page 28 leaders arrive at Camp David to discuss global a Flash Points Gorbachev and Bush sign accords at a ceremony Friday with the . Chief of protocol Joseph Reed standing behind Bush. In the right photo Gorbachev is wading through an enthusiastic Washington crowd. Camp David my. Apr president Bush and soviet president Mikhail s. Gorbachev arrived saturday at the presidential Retreat for a relaxed round of Summit talks As top . And soviet officials expressed Confidence in concluding a european conventional arms treaty by years end. Secretary of state James a. Baker Iii and soviet foreign minister Eduard Shevardnadze arrived ahead of the two superpower leaders. They indicated that prospects for an Accord to reduce conventional forces in Europe had improved. A a we re very hopeful a Baker said when questioned about a .-soviet pact by the end of the year. Shevardnadze speaking through a translator added a we Are also quite ready for that. I have my pen he lifted his pen aloft and waved it. Upon the leaders arrival Gorbachev said regional conflicts presumably including Afghanistan Cuba Central America and the Mideast would top the Agenda for the Daylong meeting at the Mountain Retreat. A the most important thing today we re going to discuss is go Over the planet and its Flash Points and discuss regional issues in other words a Gorbachev said. A we will pursue our general discussions in order to understand each other Baker also said he would be surprised if saturdays meeting did no to touch on the sensitive Issue of German Unity. A member of Gorbachev a presidential Council said he did not expect any new secret agreements to emerge from the meeting Between the two leaders. A they Are going to continue their in depth discussions about Many things you cannot talk very Well about in tuxedos a Yevgeny Primakow told reporters at the Summit briefing Center in Washington. Meanwhile at the state department . And soviet officials signed agreements establishing cultural and see leaders on Back Page Eisenhower birth Centennial tribute planned by David Tarrant Brussels Bureau Brussels Belgium a a five Day tribute honouring the 100th anniversary of the birth of a president Dwight d. Eisenhower begins monday by retracing the route of the world War ii allies from London to Paris. The event called journey to Victory a will run from june 4-8, highlight Eisenhower a contributions to american history As both sol Trio a statesman. It Marks the beginning of hips apartment defense commemoration of me Outh anniversary of world War ii. And poles ceremonies in England Belgium Sprvill e in Eisenhower a military Man hip Anin is Roe As supreme com hic Nian Allied expeditionary forces and s planning and command of the Allied land see tribute on Back Page daily Magazine Eisenhower drum Roll to greatness Ira kills private in England officer in West Germany London apr the Irish Republican army on saturday claimed responsibility for murdering a British major outside his Home in West Germany and a British private on a railway platform in England. A Active service units of the Irish Republican army carried out two separate operations against British military personnel in England and West Germany last night a the Ira said in a statement issued in Dublin Ireland. A while British troops remain in Ireland such attacks will continue a said the statement distributed to news Media. The Ira claims of responsibility for attacks in Britain and Europe normally Are made in the Irish capital. Police in Dortmund West Germany said two suspects eluded a Chase Early saturday after gunmen killed a British army major. One police officer was shot in the foot during the Chase. In the Central English City of Lichfield police were looking for two men who shot three soldiers in a Daylight attack at a railway station. A 19-year-old Soldier was killed and the gunmen fled across the tracks police said. The other two soldiers survived the attack. Earlier saturday defense Secretary Tom King indicated he believed the Ira was responsible for both killings. A there is no argument or reason in this. It is simply that they Are out to kill a King told press association Britain a Domestic news Agency. A they Are out to cover the humiliation of their mistake in killing two Young australians in Holland. A the attack in Germany came six Days after an Ira unit shot and killed two australian tourists in Roer see Ira on Back pages amps Susan Harris

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