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"People were shot, bleeding and lying on the ground"

By Mike Head, 28 November 1998

An unstable new coalition in Japan

By Peter Symonds, 28 November 1998

Export-ban on British beef to Europe lifted

By Barry Mason, 28 November 1998

European Agriculture Ministers voted on November 23 to lift the ban on exports of British beef.

How can film art proceed?

By Paul Bond, 28 November 1998

Dogme 95 is a group of Danish directors, pre-eminently Lars von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg. To challenge themselves as filmmakers they adopted a set of 10 rules, 'The Vow of Chastity'.

Law Lords ruling on Pinochet reverberates around the world

By Chris Marsden and Julie Hyland, 28 November 1998

The House of Lords ruling on Wednesday November 25 to allow a Spanish warrant for the extradition of former Chilean dictator General Augusto Pinochet to proceed has created a political and legal minefield. Whatever happens in the next days, weeks and months, the fallout from the Law Lords legal finding will reverberate around the world.

London Jubilee Line strike ends

By Mike Ingram, 28 November 1998

Striking electricians voted Friday November 27 to accept a peace plan aimed at settling the two-week unofficial stoppage on the Jubilee Line extension to the London Underground.

Quebec drug plan caused deaths

By François Legras, 28 November 1998

Some interesting films on US television, November 28-December 4

By Marty Jonas (MJ) and David Walsh (DW), 28 November 1998

Victim of Stalinism protests at threats

28 November 1998

Workers Struggles Around the World: Asia, Australia and the Pacific

28 November 1998