FRANCE: Guests in the House

Night after night in France's capital city, the fierce "war of extermination" rages on between the factions of Algerian nationalists. Last week the little Algerian cafe on Paris' Rue Petit saw its second massacre within a month, as three North Africans went down before a rain of machine-gun bullets fired from a parked limousine. In a north Paris suburb, a group of gunners stalked into a shabby hotel, killed six Algerians who shared a single room. Near the Eiffel Tower, under the noses of a police escort, assassins sprayed machine-gun bullets at Abdelkader Barakrok, secretary of state in the French...

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