International: Murder in the Kremlin

Early one morning last week, Radio Moscow announced that the Kremlin had a "chronicle" to read to the world, a word reserved by Radio Moscow for important official documents. There followed one of the most important items of news to flow out of the barricaded citadel of Communism since World War II.

". . . Soviet security organs," said the voice, "uncovered a terrorist group of physicians who, by prescribing harmful treatment, sought to cut short the lives of Soviet leaders." Nine doctors, the cream of the Soviet medical profession, had "confessed" to murdering...

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