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    Japanese forces, in a new advance, threaten central Malaya, the B.B.C. says. The new Japanese thrust is along the railway line linking north-eastern Malaya with Singapore. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    THE CANADIAN CORVETTE Levis after part of her bow had been blown away by a torpedo fired from a German U-boat. The Levis sank while being towed to port, and 18 of her crew lost their lives. PICTURES ON LEFT AND IN CENTRE show the Levis just before she upended and sank. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Rout In Libya

    IN LIBYA, Friday.--The "Desert Eagles" men of the British mobile patrols, have struck ...

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  8. More Allied Support For Australia

    "I am greatly encouraged by the growing reinforcements that will be ranged on our side in the Pacific war.'' The Prime Minister (Mr. ...

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  9. Wavell Goes To Chungking

    LONDON, Friday.--An Allied Military Council has been formed at Chungking (Chinese wartime capital), states the B.B.C. ...

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  10. Russian Troops Still Advance

    LONDON, Friday. -- Russian troops continue to advance after heavy fighting on all fronts, reports Moscow radio. ...

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  12. Forde Inspects Coast Defences

    MELBOURNE Friday.--Port Phillip coast defences were examined by the Minister for the Army (Mr. Forde) this afternoon. ...

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  13. Jap Olympians Lead Attack

    LONDON, Friday (A.A.P.) Japanese Olympic swimmers led specially-trained Japanese troops who swam to Hongkong Island ...

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