July 2000
Time International (South Pacific Edition);7/10/2000, Issue 27, p20
Presents world news briefs as of July 10, 2000. Death of eight people at a rock concert in Roskilde, Denmark; Assertion by former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl that neither he nor any member of his government had ever taken bribes; Sentencing of ten Iranian Jews on charges of spying for Israel in Shiraz, Iran; Merging of two South African political parties, The New National party and the Democratic Party, others.


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