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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBUDAPEST, Hungary -- Tivador Partai, the president of the revived Smallholders Party in Hungary, is 80 years old. His study in the old house in the Buda hills where he has lived most of his life is lined with books and mementos, portraits of long-dead...
Tags: Budapest (Hungary), Russia, History, Trade Dispute, Elections
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON -- President Bush, who three months ago called for tearing down all physical barriers that divide Europe, now flatly predicts the Berlin Wall will be dismantled during his presidency. His comments, the latest sign that Washington expects...
Tags: Entertainment, Health, Barbara Bush, Elections, Ronald Reagan
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterEAST BERLIN -- Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev told East Germans on Friday that there is "no need for panic," and he urged them to "be patient . . . and don't be sad." The visiting Soviet president made these impromptu remarks as he greeted...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWARSAW -- As President Bush launches a busy two-day schedule in Poland today, he will find a country, perhaps somewhat bewilderingly, locked in the toils of one of the most important questions facing the reforming Communist nations of Eastern Europe....
Tags: George W. Bush, Heads of State, Government, Elections, Europe
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBUDAPEST -- Reformers in Hungary's ruling party moved Saturday to leave hard-line Communists behind and form a new "socialist" party, committed to broad economic and political reform. Under pressure from the reformers, delegates at the party's congress...
Tags: History, Career and Workplace, Employees, Government, Philosophy
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBONN -- Embattled East German leader Erich Honecker resigned Wednesday under increasing pressure and was succeeded by Egon Krenz, a Politburo member regarded as a hard-liner, who indicated he will chart a new course. Honecker, 77, has been ailing since a...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterPRAGUE, Czechoslovakia -- Prime Minister Ladislav Adamec announced Tuesday that Czechoslovak citizens will no longer need exit permits to travel to Western countries, a move that signaled the first significant reverberations here from East Germany's...
At St. Simon the Apostle Catholic Church on the South Side, the only parish in the archdiocese that offers mass in Slovak, Laura Zbella occasionally sees Slovak and Chicago Blackhawks pride converge. It's in the apparel kids wear around the parish. If...
HamdenThirteen Quinnipiac University students in the master of business administration program will spend two weeks in early June meeting with business and government leaders in Hungary. The students, Brett T. Bradanini, of North Haven; Alicia M. Capparucci,...
A worst-case scenario for pilots in flight is not knowing which way is up. It can happen when visual cues are gone and acceleration knocks sensory systems out of whack, leaving pilots temporarily disoriented and more prone to crash. "Public enemy No....
VarietyCANNES--This year's Cannes saw a deluge of new titles brought onto the market. But, through Monday afternoon at least, there had not been a deluge of deals snapping them up. One day before the pre-sales market wound down, with major distributors...
Tags: United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Russia, Entertainment, Finance
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