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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 31, 1986, Tokyo, Japan A4 Pacific stars and stripes 4 world May 1986 Argentina defends sinking of trawler London a Britain said thursday that Argentina was trying to pursue a sovereignty claim by Force in attacking three taiwanese trawlers Between its coast and the disputed Falkland Argentina claims the British ruled islands 300 Miles off its coast and invaded them in april a British task Force took the falklands Back 74 Days a foreign office statement said Britain warned Argentina earlier this week to Stop harassing fishing trawl Britain indicated it might take further but a foreign office spokesman would not the Argentine government said the Cutter prefect Derbes fired on the one of which was set because they were found operating wednesday within the 200mile fishing limit the South american country the Taiwan fishery association said the fishing vessels were More than 220 Miles off the Argentine Taiwan officials said they would demand a Taiwan fisheries official in the falklands said one of 22 crewmen on the squid trawler Chinander 3 was killed and three were Argen Tina said one Crew member apparently of a heart and another was the two other trawlers escaped after being although the Mast and radio room of one were heavily in Buenos Argentine defense Secretary Horacio Jaunarena said his country lamented the loss of but said the attack must be viewed As part of a very difficult situation consisting of the depredation of Argentina resources in her zone of surveying storm damage a Royal australian air Force Iroquois Helicon Bridge Over the no Alexieu River connected Ter Crew surveys the wreckage of a Bridge Honiara with the Guadalcanal one Hun smashed by floodwaters and debris following dred and one people Are known dead in the typhoon Namu on the Solomon the which left thousands Reuter Rok police take dissidents aide Seoul a a Secretary of dissident Leader Kim Taejung still had not been heard from thursday after he was taken in by plainclothes police on arrival at souls International Airport last an aide to Kim Han was returning Home from an eight month study tour in West Germany when he was put under custody by the agents before completing immigration and customs said the who declined to be since nothing had been heard about him despite efforts by kims staff to find out his whereabouts and possible the aide Kye a top Leader of the Radical dissident group United Minjung masses movement for was taken in by police late wednesday in connection with a violent disturbance earlier this month in news reports said he was the third Leader of the organization taken in by who had held the militant group responsible for the rampage in Inchon that stopped a scheduled opposition rally there that Day to press a signature Campaign in support of constitutional in talk to reduce Doz tension by Edwin White the associated press Korea a in a three hour meeting opposing military sides on the divided korean Peninsula agreed on the need for reducing but could not agree on How to achieve North Korea called for the 436th meeting of the military armistice commission in this truce Village in the demilitarized and opened with a series of proposals that were said to remove confrontation and prevent i senior Delegate on the communist Side of the commission said the moves should include destruction of All military facilities and posts in the joint Security area in which Panmunjom is he also proposed removing heavy and automatic reducing the num Ber of Security guards in the area from 35 to 10 on each Side and disarming and supervision and control by joint observer teams and the Neutral nations supervisory in rear Charles Home chief of the United nations command commission said both sides agree that tension reduction should begin with the joint Security he said there also was agreement on inspection and the prohibition of heavy and automatic weapons in the and on the removal of fortified Home said the command pro posed Many years ago that the guards be but that the series of violent events which have taken place in the Jas since coupled with our concerns about your Lon term motives and Intel have convinced us that this proposal is no longer prudent or workable at this the North korean general countered that the command was taking an unreasonable and accused it of wanting to keep the present state and not Institute new perfect Security Noah Ark search focuses on boat shaped formation Turkey a a mysterious boat shaped formation nestled More than a mile up a Mountain in Eastern Turkey has drawn attention away from the craggy slopes of nearby mount where the Bible says Noah Ark came to several american explorers have said the on a Mountain 14 Miles South of mount Ararat near the soviet could be the legendary Ark and should be dug explorers have Long searched for the Ark on mount then in turkish air Force pilots spotted the boat shaped forma Tion in Agri the government did not pursue the the entire area was off limits to foreigners because of soviet complaints that explorers included agents who spied on soviet Border when the government lifted the ban in christians and Mountain climbers rushed to the in a team from International based in los visited the Marvin who led the sex said then that the team found the but the group did not return to substantiate the last year another team led by Ron Wyatt of climbed to the spot and made an identical the boat is it is Only a matter of digging it Wyatt briefs Italy expelling 12 More libyans Rome a italian authorities on thursday ordered the ouster of 12 bringing to 36 the number of libyans ordered to leave Italy in the past the italian news Agency Ansa Rome police chief Marcello Monarca said the including their were ordered to leave the country within three Ansa he said they were considered undesirable but he did not refugee Camp attack leaves 20 dead Thailand a at least 20 cambodians were killed and another 41 injured in an artillery attack thursday on a cambodian refugee Camp along the thai cambodian a senior red Cross official the official said the casualties came As several heavy shells struck the Shanghai christians elect leaders Tokyo a christians in the chinese City of Shanghai thursday elected new leaders for a citywide protestant Church group and opened a Catholic chivas official Xinhua news Agency the monitored in said 22 protestant churches in Shanghai have resumed which were suspended during the 19661976 cultural

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