THE MIDDLE EAST: Pan-Arab League

Last week Egypt's Premier Mustafa El Nahas Pasha folded his tent and stole out of the Government, at the insistence of King Farouk and amid the chatter of the coffeehouses. King and Premier had worked in uneasy partnership for two and a half years. Four months ago the King banned Nahas Pasha from the palace for a fortnight, was induced to receive him again only on the intercession of British Ambassador Lord Killearn. This time Britain did not intercede. To the Abdine Palace to form a new Government the King summoned portly...

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