"...bombing range, blew up in the face of the warrant officer and left him near death. BUCHAREST (AP) Romanian President NicolaeCeausescu, soaked to the 'skin in a thunderstorm, told a youth rally Monday ... that his independent-minded regime will never be- tray its Communist allies." In his first public response to Soviet criti- cism of Romania' support for occupied Czecho- slovakia, Ceausescu said
"...President NicolaeCeausescu, a Cairo newspaper reported Sunday. It said Ceausescu briefed Sadat on his recent talks in Bucharest with Israeji Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan. Ceausescu was quoted in the Israeli ... 16 WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1978 Sadat, Ceausescu hold urgent talks CAIRO (AP) Egyptian President Anwar Sadat has held "urgent consultations" on Middle East peace efforts with Romanian ... press Sunday as saying Israel's response to Sadat's peace initiatives were "Inadequate." The Israeli newspapers Yediot Aharonot and The Jerusalem Post said Ceausescu urged Israel lo agree to negotiate
".... The Communist party leader, NicolaeCeausescu, reopened the question of Romania's place in the Communist camp in an address to the staff and students of the University of Bucharest ou Oct. 1. The Romanian press ... revolutionary forces in Eastern Europe, or to counter new threats or expected threats against Romania's own integrity, Mr. Ceausescu told his audience that "there are no people left in Romania who think it would ... that everything must be done to re-establish confidence among fraternal countries and develop friendly rela- tionship and co-operation among them." But how was this to be done? Mr. Ceausescu made this answer: "We
"..., claiming, they were about to rob him. In 1989, Romania's hard-line president, NicolaeCeausescu, was toppled from power in a popular uprising. HAGAR THE HORRIBLE PAGE THIRTEEN fey Dik Browne w CUIili
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"...Allendeof Chileand President NicolaeCeausescu of Romania and the only American correspondent allowed lo enter Cuba in 1972. 95th Congress Opens In Washington By STEVE GERSTEL WASHINGTON (DPI) The 95th
"..., on the trench island of Reunion in 1 V J FLOWER" protesting minor Ocean, h a d a of rule on Communist of 73.62 inches in a ade and period, March 16, Ft. by President NicolaeCeausescu gave Nixon a tumultous ... ? That's the stuff.'f In welcoming Nixon, Ceausescu told the U.S. chief THe time executive of Romania's "deter- mination to build a dignified, free and prosperous' life" and of their "aspirations for peace ... and cooperation with all the states of the world, irrespective of their social systems." The tumult of the airport wel- come threw Nixon's schedule behind time. Nixon and Ceausescu, in one open car, and their wives ... to shout in Ceausescu's ear. Ceausescu nodded and the limousine stop- ped and both plunged into the :rowd that surged from..."
"...them of their ndonesia. He holds regular abinet meetings and presents Novak BUCHAREST President NicolaeCeausescu, who wields nearly absolute power in Rumania as Communist party boss, was unpleasantly ... discontent and a new boldness in airing a little of that discontent which now has appeared below the sur- face of Ceausescu's authoritarian state. Although Rumania's tight controls were tightened yet another ... notch after the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, there are embryonic signs of dissent spontaneously among the masses and more consciously among creative artists. Like the grumbling Ceausescu encountered ... . Although Ceausescu has end- ed the dreaded nighttime knock on the door, an impru- dent remark can still stunt a career. NOR IS THERE any loosening of Stalinist centralism through which the party apparatus..."
"..., President Nixon was invited to visit Ro- mania by President NicolaeCeausescu. Romania managed to impress Pres- ident Nixon with statistics that show a jump in trade with Western capitalist nations
"...to deposed President NicolaeCeausescu. John Tagliabue of The New York Times was one of three journalists wounded in sep- arate incidents while driving in ears. The oth- ers were John Daniszewski