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the capital of Vilnius but the local commander organized one Virginijus Raz mantas of radio Vilnius worn out Welcome As soldiers marched Down Gedi Minas formerly called Lenin lithuanian demonstrators shouted occupiers go he Latvia and Estonia were occupied by the soviet Union in by Germany in 1941 and by the soviet Union again in 1944 As the nazis in the latvian capital of Headquarters of the soviet Baltic military about mostly russian spectators lined the Daugava embankment to watch a we Praise the russian army that liberated us from said Valdis foreign editor of the newspaper Rigas but Why did they stay so Long Berzins said who now make up a scant majority in their own can no longer look at the soviet armed forces As libera we make a distinction be lithuanians whistle derisively at red army tween the red army that fought the germans and that chauvinistic Force that killed so Many in Tbilisi and could do it soviet troops armed with sharpened shovels and Poison Gas killed 20 peaceful pro Independence demonstrators in the georgian capital of Tbilisi in april All three republics have demanded negotiations with Moscow aimed at regaining powerful separatist or nationalist movements also exist in Western Mol Davia and the Transcaucasia republics of Armenia and in the moldavian capital of popular front Leader Yuri Rosca said no military Parade was although Germany surrendered May the soviet Union celebrates be Day on May 9 because on that Date in the red army liberated the czechoslovak capital of on red veterans from the War led the Parade past the review ing stand where Gorbachev waved and raised his hands in the mood was far different Only eight Days ago during May Day celebrations when he scowled at anticommunist who then before the order to move Vladimir Mayorov sat in his jeep at the head of the column and smoked a its a Holiday mood and its Nice i am being demobilized after this and i go he was excited to be at the head of the motorized column and had phoned his Mother in South of to Tell her to be sure to watch him on prepares Western allies for arms control talks deadlock from route rap expect even an agreement in Princi ple with the soviet Union on a Stra Washington the United Telic arms limitation treaty at a states is preparing its allies not to planned Summit Between the leaders Bonus game three this week we Are playing an extra game Bonus game 3 game 1 game 2 game 3 game 4 game 5 game 6 game 7 game 8 game 9 game 10 game 11 game 12 Bonus game 1 Bonus game 2 today Bonus game numbers May 10 23 38 62 52 69 86 75 Bonus game 2 no Winner Bonus game 3 is Worth Iff a 7day subscriber of the two countries starting May diplomats and officials said the administration is anxious to avoid having the Summit portrayed As a failure if the Long anticipated treaty does not there is an Effort to diminish expectations so that people realize what is realistically Likely at the we want to avoid people saying that arms control is in disarray and the Summit a said one administration a Western Diplomat in Washington said administration officials have begun briefing Allied embassies about the fact there May not be an agreement at the there telling people that there May not be an agreement but that this be a tragedy because the negotiations will go on after wards until they get the agreement they he on the other president eager for a Summit arms con tool is offering to Stop production of chemical weapons if the soviet Union agrees on a schedule to destroy existing Stock two administration officials said the offer is to be pursued by state Secretary James Baker in a meeting scheduled in Moscow on monday with soviet foreign minis ter Eduard the officials binary weapons the who spoke on Condi Tion of said Bush has not specified when production of binary weapons would the binary weapons in popular in involves producing two elements that form a deadly Poison Gas when we would like to have an agree ment As soon As White House Deputy press Secretary roman Popadiuk theres no doubt that weve offered new new thoughts to the Popadiuk they have offered some Popadiuk said its too presumptuous at this stage to give any definitive mention As to which Way those negotiations would i would say that both parties Are entering this in Good Moscow announced in 1987 it had stopped but the administration of former president Ronald Reagan declined to end the program to produce binary Wear the two conditions set by Bush for shutting Down production Are an agreement to reduce each sides Arsenal to tonnes and retention of a Small stockpile after a global Accord takes

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