Foreign News: Visitor Bearing Gifts

In the audience watching Nasser's parade of military power, a burly, heavy-faced man in a white suit smiled contentedly and ran a comb through his mop of greying hair. Frozen-Faced Molotov's successor as Soviet Foreign Minister proved a man of many mobile impressions (see cuts). A year ago Dmitry Shepilov came to Cairo as editor of Pravda; a few months later came Nasser's arms deal with the Communists, which set Nasser up in business as a man no longer dependent on the West alone. Now, as Foreign Minister, Shepilov was, back to inspect his handiwork. This time he also came bearing...

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