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December 23, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Western leaders joined with Eastern leaders in applauding the downfall of Nicolae Ceausescu, the last hard-line ruler in the Soviet Bloc, and the 12-nation European Community pledged a $1.2 million grant in immediate aid to Romania. Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev read out a news update from the podium of Parliament. A Soviet Parliament member and space scientist, Roald Z. Sagdeyev, declared: "It's a holiday."
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February 23, 1992 | Associated Press
NATO's secretary general on Saturday inaugurated a center for debate on East-West issues, housed in the mansion of former Communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. Manfred Woerner told a news conference that the establishment of the Euro-Atlantic center highlights "Romania's important role in the new Europe."
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February 23, 1992 | Associated Press
NATO's secretary general on Saturday inaugurated a center for debate on East-West issues, housed in the mansion of former Communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. Manfred Woerner told a news conference that the establishment of the Euro-Atlantic center highlights "Romania's important role in the new Europe."
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December 23, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Western leaders joined with Eastern leaders in applauding the downfall of Nicolae Ceausescu, the last hard-line ruler in the Soviet Bloc, and the 12-nation European Community pledged a $1.2 million grant in immediate aid to Romania. Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev read out a news update from the podium of Parliament. A Soviet Parliament member and space scientist, Roald Z. Sagdeyev, declared: "It's a holiday."
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December 23, 1989
The Fighting Romanians and rebel soldiers toppled President Nicolae Ceausescu amid daylong battles with loyalist troops in Bucharest and others. The presidential palace and Communist Party headquarters were set ablaze by the rebellious crowd. Ceausescu fled his palace as hundreds of thousands of Romanians called for his death in retaliation for the massacre of their countrymen in a military crackdown unleashed a week ago.
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December 23, 1989
The Fighting Romanians and rebel soldiers toppled President Nicolae Ceausescu amid daylong battles with loyalist troops in Bucharest and others. The presidential palace and Communist Party headquarters were set ablaze by the rebellious crowd. Ceausescu fled his palace as hundreds of thousands of Romanians called for his death in retaliation for the massacre of their countrymen in a military crackdown unleashed a week ago.
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