Somewhere in Russia, presumably in Siberia,
the Soviet Union last week exploded another atomic bomb, its sixth so
far as is known (compared with 44 exploded by the U.S.). The official
communique said that "during the test, valuable results were obtained
which will help Soviet scientists and engineers successfully to solve
the problems of defense against atomic attack."
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