United Nations: The Speeches

U.N. officials began picking up the tag ends of the world's business where Dag Hammarskjold had left it.

The precarious Congo operation was being run last week by the men who had been Hammarskjold's chief assistants—the U.S.'s Under Secretaries Andrew Cordier and Ralph Bunche. India's Under Secretary Chakravarthi Narasimhan—now dubbed the "Congo Club." By vote of the General Assembly. West Africa's Sierra Leone (pop. 2,500,000; area 27,940 sq. mi.) became the U.N.'s 100th member, just before the Security Council settled down near by to fight over Russia's package deal on two other...

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