ARGENTINA: The Plot of the Grey Suits

Bomb blasts, loud but mostly harmless, have shaken Buenos Aires 15 times in the last 2½ months. Juan Peron, foiled in his frantic attempts to catch the culprits, lashed out at all his enemies, even hinted that the U.S. supplied the explosives. But last week Peron got his hands on some authentic terrorists.

The cops caught them through sheer good luck. Two Argentinians had decided to blow up the black Cadillac customarily used by Foreign Minister Jeronimo Remorino. Under cover of darkness, they carried a grapefruit-size grenade toward the lonely curb where the car was parked, only to find that...

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