World: Singled Out for Terror

Viet Cong terrorism grows ever wider in South Viet Nam. Recognizing the danger posed by the Allied pacification drive to win over and secure the rural villages of South Viet Nam, the Viet Cong are now concentrating on a campaign of terror against the country's 35,600 pacification workers. Since January, they have killed 233 workers, wounded 320 and kidnaped another 42. Last week alone, they killed ten pacification workers, but they were not ignoring the rest of the populace either. In the week that ended May 13, Viet Cong terrorists murdered 85 civilians, wounded 97 and abducted 78.

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