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The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 18, 1986 - Page 7

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hxr. depending on qualifications. To apply call
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DON'T MISS THE SCREAM!!

Blow out the diag on the last day of classes
with thousands of other students at 12:05 p.m.
sharp on 4-23-86. ncM0423
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WANTED: Used backpack, good condition. Call
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Household items, furniture, jewelry, vin-
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10:00 p.m. Fri., 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sat.-
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Ypsilanti, 487-5890, 971-7676. CMtc

rbfhgaganst Khiadafy
TRIPOLI, Libya (UPI) - Moammar Khadafy made his "they know they are not trusted" and have built up resen-
second TV appearance in 24 hours yesterday, shortly tment against Khadafy's elite guards, who get special
before a brief artillery and rocket barrage forced a power treatment.
blackout in the jittery capital. The Reagan administration Red streaks of anti-aircraft fire and white arcs of
said Khadafy has been forced to quell revolts by Libyan Soviet-made SAM surface-to-air missiles lit up the skies=
military units. over Tripoli at 9 p.m. There was no sign of aircraft or in-
Two hours after the gun and rocket volley, about 10o coming fire, and the barrage ended after about five
Libyans waving Soviet-made rifles, Libyan flags and minutes.
Khadafy posters drove in a motorcade through the streets AS THE barrage began, the lights in the city quickly
of Tripoli, shouting, "Down, down U.S.A.!" No violence were doused and remained out hours after the shooting
was immediately reported. ended.
IN WASHINGTON, White House sources said several Outbreaks of artillery, rocket and small arms fire have
Libyan army units rebelled against Khadafy after the erupted regularly in the city since the U.S. air raids early-
U.S. bombing raid but were dispersed by forces loyal to Tuesday on Tripoli and Benghazi. At least 17 people died
the Libyan leader. and more than 100 were injured in the attacks, which the
The officials, who asked not to be identified, called Reagan administration said were in retaliation for Libyan
Khadafy "a coward," and added, "He's scared now." involvement in terrorism.
"He knows we're going after him," one official said. There has been no explanation for the firing by Libyan
"We know that several army units in the first couple of forces. A top Western diplomat speculated that Khadafy
days (after the bombing raids) rebelled. One even tried to either was trying to show Libyans he was repelling new
march on Tripoli." U.S. attacks, or was being fooled by U.S. reconnaissance
AND SECRETARY of State George Shultz said that flights sent over the capital to draw the fire "and keep the
while Khadafy himself was not a specific target of the air city in a high state of tension."
raids, "if a coup takes place, that's all to the good." The United States has denied that its warplanes are
Libyan army units have mutinied several times in the flying over the capital.
past, another administration official said, adding that

MUSICAL

COMPLETE Yamaha Stereo System. Must Get
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FIDDLE/VIOLIN lessons - motivated students
wanted! Arlene Leitch 973-0736. 35N0423
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and help with household chores. Three year old
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Pnegotiable. 665-4842. 09HO423
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Terror
explodes
around
the world
(Continued from Page 1)
A note found nearby claimed they
were U.S. and British spies and had
been "executed" by "Arab Comman-
do cells" in reprisal for the attack on
Libya. Collett was kidnapped 13 mon-
ths ago and the Douglas and Padfield
last month.
Arab anger has been directed at the
British government because it
allowed the United States to mount
the attack on Libya from a U.S. air
base in Britain.
SOON after the bodies were found, a
British television cameraman, John
McCarthy, 29, was abducted by gun-
men in Beirut. Eighteen kidnapped
foreigners, including six Americans,
are missing in Lebanon.
In London yesterday, an alert
security guard foiled what could have
been a terrorist massacre.
The El Al airline guard, at
Heathrow Airport, found a bomb in
the false bottom of an Irishwoman's
hand luggage as she tried to board the
Israeli airline's Flight 16 to Tel Aviv.
About 370 passengers were aboard the
targeted Boeing 747.
THE woman was arrested but her
name was not immediately released.
British police said she may have been
duped by her boyfriend, an Arab, and
may not have known about the ex-
plosives. A search was mounted for
the man.

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'Associated Press
Uniformed Libyans demonstrate in the streets of Tripoli holding guns af-
ter Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy appeared on television yesterday.
It was rumored Khadafy was dead.

Reagan fears that Khadafy is a
threat to stability in Mid East

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Moammar Khadafy's support
for terrorism is one of two reasons the Reagan ad-
ministration wants him put "in his box where he belongs."
The other, equally important, is Khadafy's effort to un-
dermine pro-Western governments in North Africa.
Since taking office in 1969 after overthrowing pro-West
King Idris and ousting the United States from its big
Wheelus Air Force Base, Khadafy has appeared deter-
mined to erode American interests throughout the region.
HIS efforts have not always met with success. His
highly publicized mergers with other countries,esuch as
Egypt, have had little impact and soon dissolved.
But is has been during the Reagan administration that
Khadafy has scored some of his most notable successes.
Reagan took office with what proved to be an ill-advised
goal of building a strategic consenus of Arab governments
and having Israel confront Soviet threats to the region.
Libya, along with Syria - both with major ties to
Moscow - played a major role in making certain the new
policy never got off the ground.
KHADAFY'S first major success occurred in Morocco
where he and King Hassan II, an Arab moderate, signed
an agreement for political union in August of 1984.
It caught Washington totally by surprise and occurred
after King Hassan granted the United States permission
for two of his military installations to be used as transit
points for the U.S. Rapid Deployment Force - a force

being created partly with Khadafy in mind.
Secretaries of State Alexander Haig and George Shultz
had visited there, as had Vice President George Bush.
The ambassador was Joseph Verner Reed, a Reagan ap-
pointee who was thought to have close ties to the Hassan
palace, but who, it turned, had no advance inkling of the
Khadafy-Hassan agreement.
THE second major blow to U.S. policy occurred in
Sudan, which was headed 6y strongly pro-West Gafaar
Nameiri, who fell in a coup a year ago this month. The
United States has provided more aid to the Sudan than to
any other nation in sub-Sahara Africa and provided
Nameiri with military support in the face of occasional
threats from Libya, with which he had broken relations.
Since taking office, the administration tried a num ber of
strategies to contain Khadafy, none of which has so far
worked. They have included a U.S. ban against oil impor-
ts, a U.S. trade embargo, an effort to get the allies to join
in a trade embargo and economic sanctions and
diplomatic isolation.
Shultz said earlier this year that the goal of American
policy was to "put Khadafy in his box where he belongs."
But Khadafy hasn't cooperated. And in recent months,
the administration has turned to military options to con-
tain him, even though it has had to act mostly alone.

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Europeans rush to combat terrorism

PARIS (UPI) - Foreign Ministers
of Western Europe, pressured by the
Reagan administration to step up the
fight against terrorism, met in
emergency session yesterday and
agreed "concrete measures" must be
taken.
Netherlands Foreign Minister Hans
Van Den Broek, acting as spokesman
for 12 European Community foreign

other nations in n effort to head-off
"state-sponsored terrorism."
At a meeting in The Hague Monday,
before the U.S. strike on Libya,
European Community ministers
decided to cut the staff of Libyan em-
bassies in their countries, restrict
their movements, set stricter visa
requirements for Libyan nationals
and han all arms sales to Libya.

Europe make a maximum con-
tribution to prevent a further
escalation of violence," he told a news
conference.
"NEXT we have to eliminate the
causes that led to the U.S. interven-
tion in Libya."
Van Den Broek presided over the
meeting, called to assess the latest

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