LAOS: Under Advisement

In jungle-girt Vientiane last week, the U.N. subcommittee set up to investigate Communist aggression in Laos was winding up its work. This week the members of the U.N. team are expected to fly back to Manhattan to present their findings to the Security Council.

In their four weeks in Laos, the U.N. fact finders had been exposed to ample but always indirect evidence that Communist North Viet Nam was behind the attempts to overthrow the pro-Western Laotian government of Premier Phoui Sananikone. The fact finders had traveled to jungle outposts that still bore the marks of Communist mortar fragments and had...

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