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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 9, 1983, Tokyo, Japan 4 world Pacific stars and stripes february 1983 setting sail with Oil a British Oil Tanker designed like this Model will set sail in the North the sails Are shaped like air plane wings and made from a Early in the Tanker is fitted with hydrofoil sails to reduce fuel plastic composite which will give twice As much thrust As up rockets fired at Mideast talks site United press International two soviet made rockets launched from a rooftop in Beirut monday splashed in the sea near the site of the 13th round of lebanese israeli talks on troop withdrawals from police police said several unidentified people were arrested in connection with the attack on the second on the lebanese site of the talks in two an Israel mediated ceasefire be tween moslem and Christian militias in the mountains East of Beirut meanwhile collapsed with heavy artillery fire Only hours after it was announced by Israel at the military sources said the fighting was most intense Between the Christian Village of souk Al garb and the moslem stronghold of Amnon com Mander of the israeli forces in the said his forces were deter mined to Check the if we find out about any violations of the we will apply if we he said in Israel earlier claimed to have arranged an agreement for the Christian and moslem militiamen to Stop carrying guns in Public and to Exchange prisoners taken during their four months of in the attack on the is Rae Lebanon police said so vie made Katusha 107mm rockets were fired from a rooftop launching pad in the area of Southern Beirut controlled by the italian contingent of the multinational peacekeeping 45 killed As fighting in Philippines gets worse Philippines up Battles Between communist rebels and government forces reinforced by marines killed 45 people in two the heaviest death toll in recent officials the situation is getting said a provincial official in Davao Del Norte where 88 combat fatalities have been reported this about marines have rein forced paramilitary police and army units battling guerrillas of the new Peoples army in the mountains of northeastern 500 Miles Southeast of military officials despite the groups of 200 guerrillas mounted attacks in four villages in Davao Del Norte thursday and among the 45 people killed in the fighting were 16 troopers who were ambushed Friday on their Way Back to Camp after a peace dialogue with villagers of Libay an official the Fielding of Large guerrilla forces marked a dramatic shift in the drive by the military Wing of the outlawed communist party of the to oust 65yearold president Ferdinand the rebels operated in Small groups of from 30 to 50 military officials estimate the number of guerrillas in Davao Del Norte at about 300 regulars but the official said nobody is certain of the nobody knows the spa he the spa strength is placed by military officials at Between to officials in Manila do not consider the guerrillas a threat but the communists Are known to operate in almost All of the nations 73 including the presidents Home province Locos International Iraq denies Iran destructive strike claim Cyprus a Iran said monday it had unleashed its biggest offensive since the outbreak of the War against retaking 100 Square Miles of territory in what it called a final offensive that destroyed the combat capability of the iraqi Iran official islamic Republic news Agency said the offensive not Only liberated iranian territory held by but also captured three iraqi Border posts and pushed into Iraq on the Southern part of the but an iraqi military reported by the official iraqi news said the iranian attack was completely nobody survived from the attackers except those who fled the Battlefield or who fell it soviet satellites nuke Core Down Over Atlantic Washington a the nuclear Core of a derelict soviet spy satellite plunged to obliteration Over the South Atlantic on leaving a radioactive Trail to dissipate harmlessly in the upper the soviet news Agency Tass reported the atomic Furnace totally ceased its it was not known whether the fuel burned up in the atmosphere or fell into the the 200pound fuel half of it enriched was All that remained of Cosmos an Ocean surveillance satellite launched by the soviet Union last the main Section made the fiery descent to Earth two weeks ago and most of it was believed to have burned Over the Indian japanese official no Extension on Auto exports Tokyo a a senior japanese Trade official said monday that the Auto Industry request for a two year Extension on curbs of japanese Auto exports to the United states is out of the Tadayoshi director general of the International Trade policy Bureau of the International Trade and Industry ministry also said no decision has been reached on whether japans voluntary restraints on Auto shipments to the United states will continue in fiscal special Trade representative William Brock arrives in Tokyo thursday for talks expected to focus on the Auto Japan has held exports to million units in fiscal 1981 and ending this As part of a three year Export slowdown to help the Industry regain i nazi Hunter appeals to Chile to oust War criminal Vienna up nazi Hunter Simon Wiesenthal appealed to Chile monday for the extradition of nazi War criminal Walter Rauf who he said was responsible for sending people to their deaths in Mobile Gas this morning i sent a Long Telegram to chilean president Augusto Prochet in which i requested the extradition of a Walter who was responsible for the horrific deaths of Wiesenthal said in an interview with austrian Rauf who is currently living in was in charge of the Gaj Chambers and murdered thousands in Poland and other Eastern in in Santiago rejected a West German request for Raulfs extradition in

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