Wire Services: Under De Gaulle's Umbrella


Charles de Gaulle's lordly insistence on playing all the international fields has benefited at least one French organization—Agence France Presse. Working under the umbrella of France's cordial relations with some of the world's prickliest countries, A.P.P. men report from 144 nations and territories outside France. Now that the Reuters man in Peking has been placed under house arrest, A.F.P.'s Jean Vincent and René Flipo are the only Western correspondents left at liberty to roam the streets as they please in search of news. An A.F.P. man reports regularly from Hanoi,...

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