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December 30, 1965: Saigon editor Tu Chung of the newspaper Chinh Luan is gunned down in point blank fire as he arrives home at noon for lunch. Earlier he had published the texts of threatening notes he had received from the communists.
January 7, 1966: A Claymore mine explodes at Tan Son Nhut gate (entrance to Saigon airport), killing two persons and injuring 12.
January 17,1966: Communists in Kien Tuong detonate a mine under a highway bus, killing 26 civilians, seven of them children. Eight persons are injured and three are listed as mission.
January 18, 1966: Communists mine a bus in Kien Tuong province, killing 26 civilians.
January 29, 1966: Terrorists kill a Catholic priest, Father Phan Khac Dau, 74, at Thanh Tri, Kien tuong province. Five other civilians, including a church officer, are also killed. The marauders desecrate the church, destroying its statuary and religious artifacts.
February 2, 1966: A communist squad ambushes a jeep load of Vietnamese information workers, killing six and wounding one: in Hau Nghia province.
February 14, 1966: Two mines explode beneath a bus and a three- wheeled taxi on a road near Tuy Hoa, killing 48 farm laborers and injuring seven others.
March 18, 1966: Fifteen Vietnamese civilians are killed and four injured by the explosion of a homemade mine on a country road eight kilometers west of Tuy Hoa, Phu Yen province.
May 22, 1966: Terrorists kill 18 sleeping men, a woman and four children during an attack on a housing center for canal workers in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang. "We are doing this to teach you a lesson," a communist cadre is reported to have said just before he pulled the trigger.
September 10, 1966: On the eve of South Vietnam's Constituent assembly elections, communists stage 166 separate incidents of intimidation, abduction and assassination, Polling places also are destroyed.
September 11, 1966: On election day, communists kill 19 voters wound 120, in fire on polling places, mining of roads, and in individual assassinations.
September 24, 1966: American troops free eleven persons from a communist "jail" in Phu Yen province who report that 70 fellow prisoners were deliberately starved to death and 20 others tortured until they died.
October 11, 1966: Acting on information from a 14-year old boy, allied forces discover a prison complex in Binh Dinh province containing the bodies of 12 Vietnamese who had been machine gunned and grenaded by fleeing guards.
October 22, 1966: A youth worker in Binh Chanh, Gia Dinh province, is shot and killed by raiders while asleep in his home.
October 24, 1966: The Hue-Quang Tri bus runs over a mine in Phong Dien district, Thua Thien province;
15 passengers are injured.
October 27, 1966: A grenade is thrown into a home in Ban Me Thout, Darlac province, killing a 63-year old man and a nine- month old child; seven other persons , six of them women, are wounded.
October 28, 1966: An alert policeman arrests a female communist agent who is about to place a time-bomb under the reviewing stand at a festival in Khanh Hung (Soc Trang), Ba Xuyen province.
November 1, 1966: Communists direct long-range recoilless rifle fire into downtown Saigon during National Day celebration killing or wounding 51 persons.
November 2, 1966: A grenade is thrown by a terrorist at Phu Tho racetrack, Saigon, killing two persons and wounding eight others, including two children.
November 2, 1966: A squad of armed guerrillas attacks a hamlet in Chau Thanh district, Phong Dinh province, then withdraw after detonating a 10-kilogram charge which wrecks a steel bridge across the Dau Sau canal. An aged woman and two children are wounded.
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