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REUTERS WILL HOST U.N. RECEPTION IN SECRETARY-GENERAL'S HONOR, AND GIVE $50,000 TO UNICEF FOR STARVING SOMALIS

 REUTERS WILL HOST U.N. RECEPTION IN SECRETARY-GENERAL'S HONOR,
 AND GIVE $50,000 TO UNICEF FOR STARVING SOMALIS
 U.N. Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali will accept a $50,000 check earmarked for starving mothers and children in Somalia, donated by Reuters America Inc. and the Reuter Foundation to UNICEF, at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at the delegates dining room of the United Nations, New York.
 The event is a reception, hosted by Reuters America President Brian Vaughan in the secretary-general's honor. United Nations Children's Fund Executive Director James Grant will also be present.
 Four hundred Reuter guests are expected from international media, corporations, city and federal government, and from the foreign service community, including many presiding U.N. ambassadors and ministers.
 DATE: Tuesday, Nov. 10, 1992
 TIME: 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
 WHERE: The United Nations Building
 45th Street & First Avenue
 New York City
 Photo opportunity, working press are welcome.
 For further information and credentials, call contact below:
 CONTACT: Robert Crooke, director, media relations of Reuters America, 212-603-3587.
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