UNITED NATIONS: Work in Progress

In its seventh week of Paris sessions, U.N. held some 50 meetings, aimed to finish by Dec. 8. Highlights of the week:

¶ The General Assembly decided, 40 to 6, that the U.S. atomic control plan (Baruch plan) was the one the world needed. It officially hoped (also 40 to 6) that the Big Five and Canada would find in it a basis for agreement. Said Russia's Andrei Vishinsky: "We can immediately give a reply—there is no such basis."

¶ The Security Council bade the Israelis and Egyptians withdraw all their troops in the Palestine...

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