AMERICAN NOTES: Terror for Diplomats

Sitting next to the wife of Yitzhak Rabin, the Israeli Ambassador to the U.S., Richard Nixon was commenting one night last week on the fact that diplomatic assignments, once so greatly sought after, have now become dangerous in many areas of the world. Indeed they have. The next day, the newly ap pointed U.S. Ambassador to the Sudan, Cleo A. Noel Jr., and the outgoing charge d'affaires, George C. Moore, as well as a Belgian diplomat were murdered by Arab terrorists (see WORLD). Noel thus became the second U.S. ambassador to be killed by...

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