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  • Singapore Broadcasting Corporation Fonds

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  • Singapore Broadcasting Corporation Series

    Series

  • 05/12/1986

    Record Date

  • 05/12/1986

    Broadcast/Release Date

  • 00:32:16

    Recorded Duration

  • English

    Recording Language

  • 1987000066

    Accession No.

  • Audiovisual

    Type

  • U-Matic

    Format

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  • Synopsis :

    1.  Philippines: An independent panel will be set up to monitor a 60-day ceasefire between the Philippine government and leftist rebels.

    2.  Singapore: Acting Minister for Trade and Industry Brigadier-General Lee Hsien Loong opened a meeting of the ASEAN Chambers of Commerce and Industry.

    3.  Singapore: Muslim Members of Parliament issued a statement on the recent visit to Singapore by Israeli President Chaim Herzog.

    4.  Malaysia: The Malaysian government said it will clarify its stand on the Herzog-visit issue to all nations including the Communist bloc.

    5.  Burma: First Deputy Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong held talks with the Burmese leadership on the social, economic and political relations between the two countries.

    6.  Burma: On the second day of their visit, DPM Goh and other members of the Singapore delegation visited the Gem Emporium in Rangoon.

    7.  Singapore: Brunei's Minister of Communication, Pehin Dato Haji Abdul Aziz, will pay a five-day visit to Singapore from tomorrow. The Foreign Ministry said the visit is an ongoing exchange of visits by ministers and senior officials between Negara Brunei Darussalam and Singapore.

    8.  United States: President Reagan is reported to have approved in advance the sale of arms to Iran.

    9.  Belgium: United States' European allies meeting in Brussels are demanding clarification of the Iran arms scandal.

    10.  West Bank: The Israeli army ordered an investigation into the shooting of two Palestinian students by its soldiers.

    11.  France:  Thousands of students want the government to withdraw proposed education reforms by protesting in the streets of Paris.

    12.  South Korea: A government bill introduced behind closed doors raised an objection from the opposition.

    13.  Singapore: A group of young engineers will be taking part in a new post-graduate scheme to learn techniques of automation.

    14.  Singapore: New measures are being taken to make grass-cutting in public areas safer.

    15.  Singapore: There will be new rules to tighten control over transportation and storage of hazardous industrial chemicals.

    16.  Singapore: Three suspects were arrested in connection with the death of a 17-year-old student.

    17.  Singapore: Three local companies won Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) contracts worth over $32 million.

    18.  Singapore: A taxi-driver was selected for an award for helping to take victims of an accident to hospital.

    19.  Singapore: Preparations for the Singapore Fashion Week next April have begun.

    20.  England: A children's story book fetched a record price at an auction in London.

    21.  Sports: More than 40 women body-builders are in Singapore for the 4th World Women's Bodybuilding Championship.

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