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ASSASSINS SAID TO BE GREEKS. London. Aug. 30.
A grave crisis has arisen between Italy and Greece in consequence of the murders of General Teiini and his colleagues. The Italian news- papers declare that the murders were the result of deliberate ambuscade by Greeks—natives of Epirus, and will leave an indelible stain. The Albanian Legation in London has received a telegram from Tirana
affirming that Greek armed bands were the assassins, and that the in terpreter, one of the victims, was an Albanian. The "Daily Telegraph" correspon- dent in Rome says the Italian Gov- ernment considers that the crime af- fects the allied Governments as well as Italy ; and officials of the Foreign Office spent the greater part of the night consulting with the Minister for War and others regarding the measures to be taken.