World: Gamal Goes Acourtin'

As he jetted about the Middle East last week, it looked as if Gamal Abdel Nasser were going acourtin' once more. Extending a three-day Libyan visit to six days, he drew crowds of 40,000 in Tripoli, 65,000 in Benghazi. He further delighted Libyans by appearing as a witness at the wedding of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, 27, the nation's revolutionary leader, to Fathia Khaled, daughter of an army officer. In Khartoum, he joined Major General Jaafar Numeiry, Sudan's boss since an army coup last year, in celebrating the country's 14th anniversary of independence. Three...

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