East Africa: Anti-American Week

The three East African states of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania have one thing in common: they are all giving aid and comfort to the Communist-inspired rebel armies of Christophe Gbenye in the neighboring Congo. Since the U.S. backs the legitimate Congo government of Moise Tshombe, who is a bête noire in the eyes of the black nationalists. East Africa was once again celebrating anti-American week.

In UGANDA, Prime Minister Milton Obote claimed that some of Tshombe's U.S.-made airplanes had bombed two Ugandan border villages last week, and charged that the craft were...

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