Television: Focus on Algeria

In a rebel camp somewhere in the hilly wilds of Algeria, CBS Correspondent Frank Kearns faced a camera and began: "Here on the spot it sounds rather ridiculous to hear Washington—" He was interrupted by a cry of warning. He squinted at the sky, his shoulders hunched instinctively and he dived for shelter, suddenly heedless of any TV audience as he muttered in disgust: "Here comes a damn plane!" The interruption made a vivid TV fragment this week in Algeria Aflame, an hour-long CBS report that brought home, with the immediacy of an air...

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