5 world headlines:
1. Arts Figures Fear For the Endowment After Frohnmayer
By WILLIAM H. HONAN
February 24, 1992 - By WILLIAM H. HONAN - Arts - 1261 words
2. Arms Factory Can Make Bricks, But, Russia Asks, Is That Smart?
By CELESTINE BOHLEN,
February 24, 1992 - By CELESTINE BOHLEN, (NYT) - World - News - 1752 words
3. Prague Turns on Those Who Brought the ‘Spring’
By JOHN TAGLIABUE,
February 24, 1992 - By JOHN TAGLIABUE, (NYT) - World - News - 1020 words
4. Israel Says, ‘Wait Here’; Gaza Calls It Oppression
By JOEL GREENBERG,
February 24, 1992 - By JOEL GREENBERG, (NYT) - World - News - 943 words
5. Can a New Ethiopia One Day Feed Itself?
By JANE PERLEZ,
February 24, 1992 - By JANE PERLEZ, (NYT) - World - News - 894 words
5 US headlines:
· THE 1992 CAMPAIGN: South; Support for Clinton Appears Firm in Home Base By PETER APPLEBOME,February 24, 1992 - By PETER APPLEBOME, (NYT) - U.S. - News - 1368 words
· C.I.A. Seeks West Virginia Move Because That’s Where Money Is By ERIC SCHMITT, February 24, 1992 - By ERIC SCHMITT, (NYT) - U.S. - News - 473 words
· THE 1992 CAMPAIGN: South Dakota; Democrats, in Midwestern Debate, Aggressively Court the Farm Vote By RICHARD L. BERKE, February 24, 1992 - By RICHARD L. BERKE, (NYT) - U.S. - News - 981 words
· Jamie Buckingham, 59, Preacher Who Criticized TV Evangelists By BRUCE LAMBERT February 24, 1992 - By BRUCE LAMBERT (NYT) - U.S. - Biography - 338 words
· THE 1992 CAMPAIGN: South; Clinton in the South: Still a Favorite Son Bill Clinton is counting on a strong showing in the series of Southern primaries that culminate on March 10, and many analysts have been asking whether the widely publicized accusations of draft evasion and marital infidelity will hurt his campaign there…. February 24, 1992 - (NYT) - Front Page - Summary - 79 words
2: article summary summaries
1. Arts Figures Fear For the Endowment after Frohnmayer:
Artists, arts administrators and Government cultural officials were dividedin their reactions to President Bush’s dismissal of John E. Frohnmayer, chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts. But they were united in one thought: that the endowment is once again in serious jeopardy. Over the weekend there was intense speculation about how President Bush might seek to restore a more moderate, if not vigorously conservative, tone to the agency.
2. THE MEDIA BUSINESS; European Channel Takes a Stab at CNN:
European television stations have decided to create an all-news satellite channel that should begin broadcasting in five languages early next year. Euronews, as it is to be called, has been under discussion for more than a year, but the final approval came last week when its Geneva-based directors chose Lyons, France, as the station’s headquarters.
2 headlines related to your native country
For Immigrants, English Helps Them Feel at Home
By SARA RIMER
Published: November 28, 1991
The subject was Thanksgiving. In the classroom in Brooklyn where they are learning English together, the 21 students from Guinea, Haiti, Czechoslovakia, the Dominican Republic and 10 other countries were groping for its meaning. They got the part about eating a lot (their multi-ethnic feast started at 10:30 yesterday morning). But they were bewildered by a holiday that celebrates Pilgrims, turkey, pumpkin pie, football and Macy’s all in one day.
Dominican Journal; Filthy Rich with a New York Cocaine Connection
By HOWARD W. FRENCH
Published: August 06, 1991
“San Francisco is the richest place in the republic, not just now, but always,” the officer said. “We produce the most rice, the most coffee and the most cocoa. Just ask anyone here and they’ll boast about how often they travel to New York — not to stay there, but just to visit.”