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February 14, 1987 | Associated Press
North Atlantic Treaty Organization foreign ministers will hold their regular spring meeting June 11-12 in Reykjavik, Iceland, the alliance said Friday. The session will be preceded by the regular spring conference of NATO defense ministers May 26-27 in Brussels.
April 30, 1991 | Reuters
Soviet security officers disarmed a hijacker at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport on Monday after he tried to divert an airliner to Iceland, Tass reported. The official news agency said the hijacker, a 30-year-old man from Siberia, demanded that the jet be refueled and flown to Hamburg and then Reykjavik, Iceland. Security forces moved in when the plane, on the way from Siberia to Moscow, taxied to refuel.
June 2, 1989
European sports ministers unanimously approved resolutions in Reykjavik, Iceland, that they hope will provide potent new tools in the fight against drugs. Representatives of the 23 Council of Europe nations adopted legislation calling for year-round drug testing of athletes and threatening penalties for doctors and coaches who supply banned substances to athletes. The resolutions will act as a guide for the 23 nations in their own efforts to fight drugs.
June 15, 1987
President Reagan is expected to renew his campaign for budget reform in a televised report today on last week's Venice economic summit, at which he was criticized for the soaring U.S. budget deficit. An Administration official, speaking on condition he not be identified, also said the President will report on the outcome of Secretary of State George P. Shultz's arms control talks last week with NATO foreign ministers at Reykjavik, Iceland. The speech is scheduled for 5 p.m.
June 15, 1989
Tony Aliengena, an 11-year-old from San Juan Capistrano, is piloting a single-engine plane in hopes of becoming the youngest person to ever circumnavigate the globe. Latest Leg From: Moncton, Canada To: Iqaluit, Baffin Island 1,500 miles 9 hours Departure: 11 a.m. ADT Arrival: 9 p.m. EDT Next Leg From: Iqaluit, Baffin Island To: Reykjavik, Iceland 1,000 miles 5 1/2 hours (est.) Departure: uncertain Arrival: uncertain Total air time: 29 hours, 10 minutes Total miles flown: 5,230 Story on Page 1 of Part II
November 7, 1987 | Associated Press
Raisa Gorbachev will accompany her husband, Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev, to Washington for his summit meeting with President Reagan beginning Dec. 7, Administration officials said Friday. The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said details of her itinerary were not available. Raisa Gorbachev and First Lady Nancy Reagan went to Geneva when their husbands first met in 1985. Raisa Gorbachev attended the U.S.
June 19, 1989
Tony Aliengena, an 11-year-old San Juan Capistrano boy, is piloting a single-engine plane in hope of becoming the youngest person to ever circumnavigate the globe. Latest Leg From: Reykjavik, Iceland To: Oslo, Norway 1,100 miles 5 hours 45 minutes Departure: 11 a.m. GMT Arrival: 4:45 p.m. GMT Next Leg From: Oslo, Norway To: Stockholm, Sweden 250 miles 1 hour 30 minutes (est.) Departure: unscheduled Arrival: unscheduled Total air time: 43 hours 55 minutes Total miles flown: 7,780
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