United Nations: No Practical Help

While the U.N. General Assembly debated the Middle East crisis last week, small-scale fighting broke out again. The action occurred along the Suez Canal, where Israeli and Egyptian forces have been staring angrily at each other ever since they agreed to cease fire. Each side apparently used halftracks and mortars, and each blamed the other for starting it. Warned an Israeli official: "I trust the Egyptians remember that we are less than 100 miles from Cairo."

Heroic Albanians. Whoever was responsible for the flare-up by the canal, it was obvious that it is going to be a painfully slow business...

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