TERRORISTS: A Big Catch in Zagreb

New clues for Rome, but a knotty problem for Bonn

West Germany's radical gangsters call themselves the Red Army Faction. The Italian terrorists who kidnaped and eventually killed former Premier Aldo Moro flaunt themselves as the Red Brigades. Noting the similarity both in names and methods, many Europeans have wondered about possible links between the two organizations. Did West Germany's R. A.F., for instance, have a direct hand in Moro's murder, as many believe? Last week two new and unexpected clues to that puzzle came to light. They added up to—maybe.

Speculation about the terrorists'...

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