World Watch

June 1999
Time International (South Pacific Edition);06/14/1999, Issue 24, p20
Offers world related news briefs as of June 14, 1999. Trial of Islamic terrorists for their role in a 1995 series of Paris bombings; How the Dutch coalition government has reformed under the leadership of Prime Minister Wim Kok; Request from the United States and Canada to impose sanctions on European goods; How Rudolf Schuster defeated former Prime Minister Vladimir Meciar in a run-off election; How Kurdish rebel leader Abdullah Ocalan's trial began under tight security; How in Nigeria Olusegun Obasanjo suspended all business contracts.


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