October 2000
Time International (South Pacific Edition);10/9/2000, Issue 40, p30
Presents world news briefs as of October 9, 2000. Rejection of the euro by Danish voters; Approval of the sale of the abortion pill RU-486 by United States health authorities; Corruption charges against former Indonesian President Suharto which were dropped; Others.


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