World: Meanwhile, in Cuba ...

WHILE Israel's Moshe Dayan was alerting the world to the presence of two new Soviet-controlled fighter bases near the Suez Canal, U.S. military intelligence analysts last week were growing more and more concerned with evidence of increased Russian activity in Cuba. During the week, the number of surveillance flights by U.S. satellites and U-2 aircraft reached the highest level—at least one a day—since the Cuban missile crisis of October 1962.

Washington's intelligence community describes the recent activity as "wriggles" in Cuba. The wriggles appear to date from Soviet Defense Minister Andrei Grechko's trip...

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