KHRUSHCHEV ARRIVES IN NEW YORK Russia's Nikita Khrushchev arrives in New York for the Generals Assembly opening of the U.N. He is greeted by furious protests of demonstrators, many of whom are East European refugees. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
BEIRUT STUDENTS RIOT In Lebanon, a Red-inspired student mob riots outside the American University to protest the Turkey-Pakistan defense pact. One is killed, 29 injured, when clubs and fire hoses fail to halt the mob, and police are forced to open fire.
SAAR REJECTS "EUROPEANIZATION" Voters of the Saar overwhelmingly reject a French-sponsored "Europeanization" plan, recording determination for re-union with Germany, and rearousing a perennial crisis for Europe, periling the unity of NATO itself.
KENNEDY ADDRESSES CONGRESS - 2 President Kennedy addresses a joint session of Congress about the "freedom doctrine", declaring his intentions to make the United States the first in space, the first in military and economic strength, and the first in the hearts of the people it would aid.
ALGERIAN CRISIS Algiers remains in a state of siege with thousands of insurgents behind street barricades in the heart of the city and Army forces passive--their ultimate loyalty in doubt. De Gaulle secures his position by arresting rightists in France itself, and while both sides, and the world, await the next move in this major test of the Fifth Republic's authority. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
ANTI-NAZI RALLY Tens of thousands of young Berliners rally to denounce resurgent Nazism, following a rash of swastika-smearing incidents in Germany and the Western world. Candlelight vigils and parades are featured at the rallies. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
MOBS STORM CANAL ZONE Panama-American relations reach a new low as nationalist mobs storm the Canal Zone. Repelled by tear-gas and high-pressure hoses, they turn on U.S. business in Panama itself, and tear down the flag outside the embassy. NOTE: SOUND A LITTLE HOT BUT WILL BE CORRECTED ON MASTER ORDERS
REFUGEES' TORCHLIGHT PROTEST In a solemn and dramatic protest against Red oppression in their homelands, refugees from Iron Curtain lands march by torchlight up the steps of Montmartre to the Sacre Couer church of Paris. NOTE: SOUND A LITTLE HOT BUT WILL BE CORRECTED ON MASTER ORDERS
ANTI-AMERICAN PROTESTS IN HAVANA A new crisis in Cuba after anti-Castro leaflets are scattered through the streets by a plane based in the United States. The incident sparks raids by anti-revolutionary terrorists that kill some and injure many. The reaction of Castro supporters is swift particularly at a conference of U.S. travel agents meeting in Havana.
KOREAN TROOP PROTESTS CONTINUE Korean war veterans stage a two hour sit-down strike at the American Embassy in Seoul, leading a nation-wide demonstration as protests against withdrawal of United Nations' troops continue.
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