World: Jitters in Lebanon

Near the Lebanese border last week, Defense Minister Dayan paid a series of condolence calls in the wake of the Arab ambush of an Israeli school bus. Nine small children, three teachers and the bus driver died in the bazooka attack near Baram, and Dayan made it plain that Israel held Beirut responsible for the guerrillas' action. "If the Lebanese government declares it is not obliged to serve as a policeman to stop the terrorists," said Dayan, "then we will do the job."

To back up his threat, Israeli troops and tanks moved into Lebanon...

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