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  3. NO NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN FAR EAST TENSION

    There has been no change in conditions in the Pacific which prompted the Advisory War Council to issue on Thursday a warning that the war has moved to a new stage involving the utmost gravity. Principal points from the news are:— ...

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  4. ADRIATIC ATTACK

    The map shows towns in Albania bombed by the R.A.F., and the area in Southern Italy in which British parachute troops landed. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. NAZI-YUGOSLAVIAN TALKS ABOUT BALKANS

    LONDON, Sunday.—The Yugoslavian Prime Minister (Mr. Tsvetkovitch) and Foreign Minister (Dr. Markovitch) have returned to Belgrade and made a report to Prince Paul after their three-hour talk with Hitler at ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. MANY WATCH FIRES FROM CLIFFS

    LONDON, Sunday.—The Royal Air Force to-night unleashed hundreds of bombs on invasion ports along 20 miles ...

    Article : 476 words
  7. HUNDRED MILES INTO SOMALILAND

    LONDON, Sunday.—South African and African troops, with the co-operation of the British Navy, occupied the Italian Somaliland port of Kismayu yesterday. The forces operating from the Sudan have occupied another advanced ...

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  8. AIR RAIDS ON BENGHAZI

    LONDON, Saturday—The British Associated Press Benghazi correspondent, revealing increasing German air activity in North Africa, says that ...

    Article : 174 words
  9. ALLEGED ATTEMPT TO WRECK BIG TROOP TRAIN

    SYDNEY, Sunday—The Minister for the Army (Mr. Spender) has had no official advice to confirm a report circulated in Sydney that an attempt was ...

    Article : 95 words
  10. WORSE RAIDS SOON: A.R.P. WARNED

    The Home Secretary (Mr. Morrison) said to-day: "We have not yet mastered the night bomber, but there are signs that ...

    Article : 51 words
  11. PLANE FAILED TO RETURN

    MELBOURNE, Sunday—Two officers and three other members, of the crew of an R.A.A.F. service aircraft on patrol over Malaya, which failed to ...

    Article : 142 words
  12. GENOA CASUALTIES

    GENOA, Saturday—It was announced to-day that so far it is known that 144 persons were killed and 323 injured in the British bombardment last ...

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  13. BRITISH PARACHUTE RAID ON ITALY

    LONDON, Sunday.—It is officially announced that British soldiers dressed in recognised military uniforms were recently dropped by parachute in southern Italy. with instructions to demolish certain objective connected ...

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  14. MUST LISTEN TO B.B.C. AT SEA

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Admiralty has decreed that all British ships under 1600 tons, with certain exceptions, must be equipped with wireless ...

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  15. NINE PLANES LOST IN FIERCE GALE

    LISBON, Sunday.—A cyclonic storm swept over the city last night, unroofing buildings, uprooting trees, blowing down ...

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  16. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    IF THE WAR spreads new needs will arise. Volunteers for many home services will be required. A complete and ...

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  17. GERMAN BARGES ON DANUBE

    German barges on the Danube photographed by the daughter of the United States Minister to Yugoslavia, who has just returned to America. The barges are supposed to come from Germany empty, but it is suspected that they carry troops into the Balkans. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. DEFIELD ARMED POLICE

    SYDNEY, Sunday—After he had escaped from custody, a war pensioner armed with a repeating rifle, barricaded himself in a hut in South Gundagai ...

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  19. Railways Dislocated

    Goods traffic has been suspended on the lines connecting Brindisi, Bari, Foggia and Fecce and also all Naples stations as a result of the ...

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  20. CONSULATE CLOSED

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—The United States has closed its consulate at Naples at Italian request. The action is believed to be the sequel to expulsions of ...

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  21. ITALIAN SEA LOSSES

    ALEXANDRIA, Saturday—Italian naval losses in North Africa were one cruiser, four destroyers, 22 merchantmen, two torpedo boats and [?]. ...

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