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Daily report. Middle East & North Africa
Bib ID 283736
Format JournalJournal
Description [Washington, D.C.] : Foreign Broadcast Information Service, 1974-1980 
27 cm. 
ISSN 0362-532X 
Numbering Note Numbering begins with 1 each year.  All issues called v. 5. 
Notes

At head of title on some issues: Annex.

"FBIS-MEA."

Suppl. accompany some issues.

Available also on microfiche.

Life Dates 1974, no. 63 (1 Apr. 1974)-1980, no. 63 (31 Mar. 1980) 
Later Title

Daily report. Middle East & Africa (Washington, D.C. : 1980)

Daily report. South Asia

Former Title

Daily report. Middle East & Africa

Frequency Daily (Monday to Friday) 
Subjects World politics -- 1945- -- Periodicals.  |  Middle East -- Politics and government -- Periodicals.  |  Africa, North -- Politics and government -- Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors United States. Foreign Broadcast Information Service
Also Titled

Middle East & North Africa

Available From 22161 
Govt. Doc. Number PrEx 7.10:FBIS-MEA-(nos.) 

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