World: Beggars in Neckties

One of the many dislocations caused by the Algerian war is the flight of European refugees across the Mediterranean to France. An estimated 80,000 have already arrived. Hundreds more line up daily in Oran and Algiers to be carried to safety in French air force planes. To leave means defying the terrorists of the Secret Army Organization, who have decreed death for Europeans departing without an S.A.O. "visa." In a desperate effort to keep the 1,000,000 European population from dwindling further, the S.A.O.last week blew up the control tower at Algiers' airport.

Wartime Climate. Yet for those refugees who do arrive,...

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