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  3. U.N. May Hear Plan For Peace In Egypt

    Pakistan's offer to mediate in the Anglo-Egyptian dispute might be taken further in Paris during the United Nations General Assembly meeting next week, diplomatic observers in Cairo believe. The U.N. General Assembly meeting will begin on Tuesday. ...

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  4. Royal Couple Leave Washington

    Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh will say goodbye to Washington and the United States to-day to return to Canada. They will take their leave of ...

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  5. Churchill To Fell Nation Of Grave Financial Plight; Cabinet Shocked

    The Prime Minister, Mr. Whiston Churchill is preparing another, and maybe equally historic, "blood, toil, tears and sweat" speech for the opening of the new Parliamentary session on Tuesday. Mr. Churchill will survey the ...

    Article : 370 words
  6. WAGE RISES MAY HERALD STORM

    Snowballing basic wage increases might be the breeze that ushers in an economic storm, the Full ...

    Article : 286 words
  7. CEASE FIRE LINE PACT NEARER

    Only two main points remain to be agreed on by Korean truce negotiators discussing position of the buffer zone and Cease Fire line. United Nations and Communist representatives ...

    Article : 233 words
  8. NATIONALIST RIOTS IN MOROCCO

    Troops and police fired on thousands of rioters in Casablanca yesterday. five persons were killed, and 40 rioters, 10 foreigners and 20 police were injured. ...

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  9. OLIPHANT ON SCIENCE AND WAR

    Australia must adopt other than "brute force" methods for wartime defence, the Director of the ...

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  10. U.N. LEADER'S PEACE HOPES

    Former commander of the British 29th Brigade in Korea, Brigadier T. Brodie, thinks peace in Korea is ...

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  11. ATOMIC MANOEUVRES SUCCEED; 1,000 IN TEST

    A powerful atomic blast that broke several shop windows in Las Vegas, 75 miles off, yesterday marked the first Army manoeuvres in which U.S. atom-supported toops have taken part. Exercise "Desert Rock" initial tactical use of an atomic weapon, was a success ...

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  12. RESCUED BY HELICOPTER

    Two Australian airmen from H.M.A.S. Sydney were rescued dramatically by helicopter from the midst of Communist troops, ...

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  13. FIRST U.K. ATOMIC BOMB SOON

    It is reported that British scientists are confident that under the Churchill Government the will soon be told ...

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  14. PERSIAN ECONOMIC CRISIS

    Persian business and trade is copiing to a standstill as British sanctions take effect, and Persian ...

    Article : 151 words
  15. CHURCHILL MAY GO TO U.S. SOON

    The Birtlsh Cabinet to-day discused whether the Prime Minister, Mr. Churchill, should arrange an early talk with ...

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  16. NO COMMONS SEARCH ON TUESDAY

    No Beefeaters will shoulder their pikes through the House of Commons' vaults on Tuesday morning before ...

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