This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The victory by Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori in a disputed runoff vote reported; scenes shown of demonstrations in Lima.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Technical difficulties acknowledged.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Israel's postponement of a decision of whether to release two Lebanese guerrilla leaders who have long been held without trial reported.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The call in Canada for new water regulations in light of the easterncoli outbreak in Walkerton, Ontario, reported.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Promise from Russian President Vladimir Putin to the European Union to investigate war crimes in Chechnya reported.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Map shown of the locations of President Clinton's upcoming trip to Europe, including a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Britain's plans to restore self-rule in the long- divided Northern Ireland after the IRA (Irish Republican Army) promised to put their weapons beyond use reported.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.
(On the Lebanese-Israeli border: Brent Sadler) The great divide along the Israel-Lebanon border featured; scenes shown of the people on both sides of the wire; details given of delays by Lebanese authorities in reasserting state authority over the former Israeli-occupied areas. [Palestinian Martyrs' Association Mohammed ABDULLAH - rants about a homeland.]
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The victory by Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori in a disputed runoff vote that was boycotted by opponent Alejandro Toledo reported. [In live interview, FUJIMORI - says he expects to unify Peru after the runoff election; defends the election; calls Toledo's claim that Peru now has a dictatorship false.]
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Ethiopia's bombing of an air force base in Eritrea reported; scenes shown of the fighting.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Agreement by west African leaders to send troops to Sierra Leone to support United Nations peacekeepers reported; details given of the release of the last of the United Nations peacekeepers held by the rebels.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) House arrest for former Indonesian leader Suharto, who was ousted two years ago, reported.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The situation at the site of the derailed freight train in Eunice, LA; brush fires in Florida due to drought; flooding in Britain and the reunion of the two halves of Novi Sad, Yugoslavia, with a new rail bridge replacing those hit by NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) bombings reported; scenes shown.
The election of Boris Yeltsin as president of Russia in 1990 recalled. [Correspondent Eileen O'CONNOR - remembers how Yeltsin became more popular than Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev.]
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Announcement by President Clinton that talks will resume with North Korea about bringing home the remains of American servicemen missing in action in the Korean War reported.
(Studio: Benard Shaw) A Memorial Day tribute featured; scenes shown from Arlington National Cemetery and other memorial sites. [President CLINTON, VETERANS - note the importance of Memorial Day.]