Foreign News: The Walls of Distrust

The two Arab leaders who have most to lose from the French-Algerian war met last week in Rabat, Morocco's Sultan Mohamed V, and Tunisia's Habib Bourguiba, each ruler of a country one year old, had much to talk about, but their main occupation was: how to get peace and order established in Algeria, which lies between them. Both Morocco and Tunisia need money, goods and trained men to stabilize their fledgling countries and, though they had fought hard and bitterly for their independence from France, they knew that their best chance of help lay...

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