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  4. RUSSIA WON'T TAKE OUR WOOL

    Canberra (by teleprinter)—The Petrov affair took a new turn yesterday when the Commercial Attache to the Soviet Embassy (Mr. N. G. Kovalev) said that from this week Russia would buy no more Australia wool. The Commercial Attache to the Soviet Embassy in Canberra (Mr. Kovalev) was the first ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Russian's Sydney flat door forced

    SYDNEY (by teleprinter)—Intruders have broken open the door of a Darlinghurst ...

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  6. WOMAN STABBED AND SET ALIGHT

    Police converged on a Torwood house at 12.15 to-day when a New Australian ...

    Article : 227 words
  7. Red hordes pour into French line

    NEW YORK, Sat.—Vietminh Communist armies have hurled waves of fresh shock troops against the crumbling lines of Dien-Bien Phu in a bid to annihilate the 11,000 French Union defenders, a United Press correspondent reported from Hanoi. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Rush to quit Embassies; Canberra Reds burn off

    As Australian Government officials in Moscow yesterday sorted together embassy papers before returning to Australia, Russian Embassy officials in Canberra made a bonfire of a huge pile of documents in the Embassy grounds. The Soviet Government has handed a note to the ...

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  9. 'Don't do it'—she said

    She is Yanina Khokhlov, wife of Nikolai Khokhlov, the Soviet secret service agent who surrendered to the West last week rather than carry out a mission to assassinate a leading ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. PRIME MINISTER EARLY ON JOB

    CANBERRA (by telegram)—Staffs of the External Affairs Department, who normally do not work on Saturdays, were ordered by the Prime Minister (Mr. ...

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  11. Two storms

    ABOARD GOTHIC, Sat (AAP).—The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh to-day were within three days' ...

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  12. BEHIND THE IRON GRILLE

    A Russian Embassy official in Canberra yesterday takes delivery of a telegram through the Embassy's locked and barred iron gates. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. Geneva shadow

    PARIS, Sat—Severance of diplomatic relations between Australia and Russia will not ...

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  17. Why have two days?

    DON'T let us be blase about Anzac Day. Gallipoli happened 39 years ago. But on this ...

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  18. Mr. Nehru's view

    NEW DELHI, Sat (AAP)—The Indian Prime Minister (Mr. Nehru) said to-day the Anglo-American ...

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