"Hungary has become one big cemetery. The acts perpetrated by the army of the Soviet Union in Hungary beggar description . . . Men, women and children are led forcibly outside Hungarian territory. Executions have felled hundreds every day. And all this is being done despite indignant humanity which turns to the U.N. ... as the only means of putting this slaughter, this butchery, to an end."

With this emotion-packed preface Cuban Delegate Emilio Nunez-Portuondo last week introduced into the U.N. General Assembly a resolution which, besides reiterating the U.N.'s previous demand...

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