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June 16, 1987 | JACK NELSON and ROBERT C. TOTH, Times Staff Writers
President Reagan, apparently accepting Moscow's latest offer on nuclear arms, said Monday that the United States will push for an arms control accord that would eliminate U.S. and Soviet short- and intermediate-range nuclear missiles worldwide. Reagan, in a nationally televised speech reporting on last week's Venice economic summit meeting, said that U.S.
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June 16, 1987 | JACK NELSON and ROBERT C. TOTH, Times Staff Writers
President Reagan, apparently accepting Moscow's latest offer on nuclear arms, said Monday that the United States will push for an arms control accord that would eliminate U.S. and Soviet short- and intermediate-range nuclear missiles worldwide. Reagan, in a nationally televised speech reporting on last week's Venice economic summit meeting, said that U.S.
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May 1, 1985 | TOM REDBURN, Times Staff Writer
Reporting another indication of economic weakness, the Commerce Department said Tuesday that the government's main economic barometer fell 0.2% in March. The dip in the index of leading indicators--together with another large merchandise trade deficit in March--disappointed Administration officials, who had been hoping for some positive signals before President Reagan departed Tuesday evening for the European economic summit meeting in Bonn.
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March 30, 1985 | DON A. SCHANCHE, Times Staff Writer
Supreme Court Judge Christos Sartzetakis, the handpicked candidate of Socialist Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou, was elected president of Greece on Friday by a single controversial vote that was immediately challenged as unconstitutional by opponents who said they will not recognize his right to office. In a raucous session of the 300-member Greek Parliament, Sartzetakis squeaked by with 180 votes, exactly the three-fifths majority needed to elect him for a five-year term.
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