Elmer-DeWitt, Philip; Farley, Christopher Joh
November 1993
Time;11/15/1993, Vol. 142 Issue 20, p30
Presents world news for the week October 31-November 6, 1993. Among others, Boris Yeltsin opposes holding early presidential elections in June 1994; Comments from US envoy Robert Oakley following his meeting with Somali clans; Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek was defeated by Ehud Olmert; Head of the International Atomic Energy Agency told the UN that North Korea continues to obstruct inspections; Italy's Carlo De Benedetti has been arrested.


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