TERRORISM: Europe's Cold Civil War

A SENSE of impending evil seemed to pervade the airports of Europe last week. Interpol had warned that another group of Japanese terrorists was somewhere at large, and that Arab terrorists probably would not let the fifth anniversary of the Six-Day War pass by unmarked. European airports lowered an unprecedented curtain of security around passengers and planes, while police in each country put out dragnets for national guerrilla gangs. In the random nature of terror, the week's worst violence came from an unexpected quarter; ten Czech skyjackers held up a Slov-Air twin-engine...

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