Foreign News: The Spreading Terror

The more than 350,000 Algerians who live and work in France may want to stay out of their homeland's troubles, but they are not allowed to. Scores of them have paid with their lives for refusing or failing to contribute to the F.L.N. (National Liberation Front). An estimated 95% of them now pay up. Last week, in a series of well-planned and devastating acts of sabotage, the F.L.N. terrorists turned, not upon their fellow Algerians, but upon the French themselves. Even as Premier de Gaulle pleaded his cause in Algeria (see above), the two-year-old...

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