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The World

January 22, 1986

U.S. and Soviet arms negotiators in Geneva began detailed discussions on Moscow's sweeping proposal to eliminate all nuclear weapons by the year 2000. A U.S. statement said the negotiating groups on defense and space met for three hours and 25 minutes. Separate groups on long-range nuclear weapons are to meet today, and discussions on medium-range nuclear arms are scheduled for Thursday. The last session of the talks ended in a stalemate over the U.S. "Star Wars" program.

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