TERRORISTS: After Entebbe: Showdown in New York

After the Israeli commandos' daring rescue of the skyjacking hostages, the Entebbe drama shifted late last week to the United Nations in New York. An African demand for Security Council condemnation of Israel for "aggression" against Uganda in the airport raid had promised one of the most stirring U.N. showdowns in years, and there was every sign that that promise would be fulfilled. The Council chamber was packed with diplomats, newsmen and spectators late last week when Uganda's Foreign Minister Juma Oris Abdalla rose to open the debate, which he did with...

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