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Following the search of a Mos¬ cow-hound train at Kiev by the KGB lust week, eight Jews carry¬ ing a pa Lit ion protesting against the authorities’ refusal to giant some of them visas for Israel were arrested.
'J The board hns pw»3 ns undesirable any which “ brings any inhabit aula of the ridicule or contempt Military p M From our Ctfjj Girl soldiers to Army are being pill by health and hygjg*»gj was stated by : h ster, Mr Moshe Knesset.
Israeli sources arc reticent, but it is likely that the Italian firm operating the Abu Rodeis oilfield since before the 1067 Six-Day War jun^ oolallcd the Egytiun Govern- ° re TO wells in the oil Held and a further 20 off-shore.
Israel has not interfered with the operations by the legitim: to Ik* u 0W 2 01, and U ,s believed that the firm continues to pav ment ° S l ° * he Esyp,lan Govern- Guard accused of child murder From our Correspondent Dusseldorf r i’huz Sividcrskl was accused of benting to death 18 children be- chuxo they could not work any more when his trial opened hero on Tuesday on charges of the war¬ time murder of many Jews at ireblinka concentration camp in Poland. 1 and seven years, respectively), on the ground that the charge of treason made against them had not been proved.
The American State Department has (lescrlbc-d the current trials of Soviet Jews ns " abhorrent ” and “ n violation of fundamental human rights." The department said the United States was deeply con¬ cerned over Moscow’s practice of trying people in secret.
The world-wide protests against the trials continue.