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November 06, 1986

Argentine President Raul Alfonsin will reschedule a trip to the United States because of the latest dispute with Britain over the Falkland Islands, a government source said. Alfonsin originally planned a lecture tour of the United States beginning Nov. 16, with a possible stop in Washington, causing speculation that he would meet with President Reagan. But Reagan is scheduled to meet with British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in Washington on Nov. 15. Last week Britain claimed a 200-mile fishing zone around the Falkland Islands, setting off diplomatic protests from Argentina.

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