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October 6, 1992 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hiding under a cafe table at the edge of the Gara de Nord train station, Gigi Tutunaru gnaws at a bruised green apple he has finagled from a charwoman. The juice trails in brown rivulets along the palms of his filthy hands. He absently laps up the muddy drippings while his quick, dark eyes scan the crowd of travelers for a promising source of another handout.
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October 6, 1992 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hiding under a cafe table at the edge of the Gara de Nord train station, Gigi Tutunaru gnaws at a bruised green apple he has finagled from a charwoman. The juice trails in brown rivulets along the palms of his filthy hands. He absently laps up the muddy drippings while his quick, dark eyes scan the crowd of travelers for a promising source of another handout.
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July 5, 1990 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The industrialized world's 24 richest nations approved a U.S.-backed plan Wednesday to give economic aid only to countries committed to human rights, multi-party democracy and free-market economics. The so-called Group of 24, which is already coordinating a $14-billion aid package for Poland and Hungary, agreed to add Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia and East Germany to the program but rejected both Romania and the Soviet Union.
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July 5, 1990 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The industrialized world's 24 richest nations approved a U.S.-backed plan Wednesday to give economic aid only to countries committed to human rights, multi-party democracy and free-market economics. The so-called Group of 24, which is already coordinating a $14-billion aid package for Poland and Hungary, agreed to add Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia and East Germany to the program but rejected both Romania and the Soviet Union.
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