DEMONSTRATIONS AND DIPLOMATS IN KOREA Crowds in Seoul demonstrate vehemently in the streets, demanding a drive to the Yalu. Meanwhile, President Syngman Rhee meets with General Taylor and Admiral Radford--a conference aimed at ending the South Korean resistance to an armistice, that took on menacing proportions as Rhee personally ordered thousands of anti-Red war prisoners freed.
QUEMOY STANDOFF CONTINUES Another supply convoy reaches Quemoy despite the Red blockade. On Formosa in a rare press conference, Chiang Kai Shek opposes reduction of garrisons on the off-shore Islands. In Peiping, the Reds rebuff U.S. peace bids with an enormous propaganda demonstration--amassing an estimated three million to denounce America.
ITALIANS TAKE OVER BORDER PATROL While Italian and Yugoslav demonstrators clash in the newly-created free city of Trieste, Italian troops move up to take over positions held by U.S. units along the troubled Italian-Yugoslav border.
LANGUAGE RIOT IN BELGIUM Flemish-speaking Belgians, 100,000 strong, march on Brussels to demand that their tongue be used more in official government business. They clash with counter-demonstrators and tongues and fists fly.
FRENCH FARMERS PROTEST Farmers throughout France block road and rail traffic in protest to President Charles DeGaulle's farm policies. Cut-price pork imports have hurt the farmers. Their demonstration leads the government to halt imports and study ways toward a permanent settlement.
SATO MEETS WITH L.B.J. While hundreds of demonstrating left-wing students are arrested and injured inrnTokyo, Prime Minister Sato departs for Washington. After talks with PresidentrnLyndon B. Johnson, it's agreed that the Bonin Islands will be returned to Japan while the Ryukyu group, including Okinawa, will be retained by the U.S.
RIOTS PROTEST HUNGARY SLAUGHTER Angry mobs across Europe demonstrate in bitter protest against Russia's bloody repression of Hungary's revolt. In West Berlin, thousands take part in a torchlight procession, while in Paris and Amsterdam, Communist Party Headquarters are stormed and set afire.
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