National & World Events
Here is the Associated Press list
of national and foreign events for this week.
Please note that many events, especially court appearances,
are subject to change at the last minute.

Friday, November 1, 1996


The following economic reports will be issued in Washington (all times EDT):

MONDAY: Commerce Department releases September construction spending. 10 a.m.

THURSDAY: Labor Department releases weekly jobless claims. 8:30 a.m.; Labor releases 3rd quarter productivity. 10 a.m.; Commerce releases 2nd-quarter state personal income, time to be announced.

SUNDAY, Nov. 3:

Belgrade, Yugoslavia - Federal elections throughout Yugoslavia and republic-level elections in Montenegro.

Bucharest, Romania - Third parliamentary and presidential elections since collapse of communism in 1989.

Sofia, Bulgaria - Presidential election runoff.

Alexandria, Egypt - French archaeologist Franck Goddio shows the royal quarter of the ancient city of Alexandria, active during the reign of Cleopatra.

Manchester, N.H. - President Clinton to visit.

MONDAY, Nov. 4:

Canberra, Australia - Committal hearing for former Australian ambassador John Holloway, charged with molesting children in Cambodia in 1994.

Berlin - Turkish President Suleyman Demirel arrives for visit.

Johannesburg, South Africa - American couple accused of bank fraud to face trial.

Washington - Supreme Court issues orders, hears arguments.

Washington - Congress in recess until January.

Washington - President Clinton travels to Cleveland, Los Angeles and Little Rock, Ark.

Pasadena, Calif. - Galileo makes close pass of Jupiter moon Callisto.

Santa Ana, Calif. - Trial set to begin in O.J. Simpson child custody case.

Denver - Trial scheduled to begin for German artist Jorg Peter Schmitz, charged with vehicular homicide in the death of Rocky Mountain News columnist Greg Lopez.

Golden, Colo. - Sentencing for man convicted of causing casino bus crash that killed three people and injured 38 others.

Prince George, Va. - Preliminary hearing for man charged with shooting four police officers.

Philadelphia - Four police officers go on federal trial on charges of robbery, attempted robbery.

TUESDAY, Nov. 5:

Election Day. President Clinton in Little Rock, Ark., Bob Dole in Washington.

San Juan, Puerto Rico - Gubernatorial, municipal elections.

Durban, South Africa - Amnesty Committee of the Truth and Reconcilition Commission hears application for amnesty by former hit squad operatives. Through Nov. 8.

Zagreb, Croatia - Italian Foreign Minister Umberto Dini meets Croatian counterpart Mate Granic.

Prague, Czech Republic - Italian Premier Romano Prodi arrives for visit.

Las Vegas - Automotive Industry Week - SEMA show at convention center.


Colombo, Sri Lanka - Government presents 1997 budget in detail in parliament.

Kingston, Jamaica - Trial for American jail-breaker and alleged drug lord Ronald Zebrowski and his brother David, both accused of entering Jamaica illegally.

New Delhi, India - Scheduled start of trial in which a businessman accuses former Prime Minister P.V. Narasimha of being involved in $100,000 bribe scandal.

Strasbourg, France - Croatian Foreign Minister Mate Granic signs document bringing Croatia into Council of Europe.

Washington - Supreme Court hears arguments.

Washington - President Clinton returns to Washington.

Los Angeles - Trial scheduled in lawsuit brought by Tom Waits against his music publisher.

Malibu, Calif. - Actor Robert Downey Jr. to be sentenced on cocaine and weapons possession and driving under the influence.

Pasadena, Calif. - Window opens for Mars Global Surveyor launch.

Branson, Mo. - Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall goes on display.


Bonn, Germany - Bundestag (lower house of parliament) to vote on 1997 tax law.

Berlin - Czech President Vlacav Havel visits German President Roman Herzog.

Paris - French trucking associations call for 1,000-truck "Operation Escargot" on Paris beltway to demand compensation for high diesel prices, boosted by high taxes.

Oslo, Norway - The ruling Labor Party opens annual national congress, the first under new Prime Minister Thorbjoern Jagland. Through Nov. 10.

Washington - Joseph Waldholtz, former husband of U.S. Rep. Enid Greene, to be sentenced for bank, election and tax fraud.

Denver - Hemlock Society holds national convention.

Austin, Texas - Lady Bird Johnson being honored with "excellence in the game of life" award by Caritas of Austin.

Jarratt, Va. - Scheduled execution of Joseph Payne.

Richmond, Va. - United Daughters of the Confederacy holds its 103rd annual convention in the Confederacy's former capital.

Wooster, Ohio - Political consultants James Carville and Mary Matalin review the results of the presidential election.

Granville, Ohio - Jack Kemp scheduled to speak on "The Conservative Agenda in American Politics."

FRIDAY, Nov. 8:

Sydney, Australia - Sentencing of former Marist brother Gregory J. Sutton, who has pleaded guilty to more than 20 sex offenses against Australian children. He was extradited from Missouri.

Bizana, South Africa - Trial of four members of neo-Nazi group in connection with 1994 attack on police station.

Graz, Austria - Central European Initiative meeting of regional foreign ministers. Through Nov. 9.

Oslo, Norway - International conference on the dangers of right-wing extremism in Europe. Through Nov. 11.

Bangalore, India - Miss World contestants arrive. They will spend two weeks touring the country.

Canon City, Colo. - Bureau of Land Management will put 100 wild horses and burros up for adoption.

Cape Canaveral, Fla. - Tentative launch of space shuttle on 16-day mission.


Berlin - Opening of Anne Frank center.

Cairo, Egypt - President Hosni Mubarak addresses opening session of parliament.

Springfield, Mass. - Basketball Hall of Fame unveils display of memorabilia of Rebecca Lobo, former University of Connecticut basketball player.

SUNDAY, Nov. 10:

Rio Grande, Puerto Rico - Fifth International AIDS Symposium. Through Nov 12.

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