The Canadian Press

1986-05-05 | Tokyo-G7-Summit

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The seven western leaders at the Tokyo summit agreed to implement tough measures against countries supporting terrorism. The measures included refusing to export arms and strict immigration requirements for nationals of those states. External Affairs Minister Joe Clark termed the agreement a turning point.

Date: 1986-05-05
Placeline: Tokyo, Japan
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 24 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << previous to this in effect the terrorists have have the advantage of because they were prepared to break the known rules and the civilized world that established the rules of civilization we're not, prepared, previously to, come together to, to deal with the can affect the outlaws I think we have seen a turning point now >>

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