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OUR TROOPS IN EGYPT.

SENUSSIS DEMORALIZED.

London, Maroh 15.

Official—Our forces under General Peyton will oooupy Solium to-day, The Senussis camp at Bisead is reported to be unoccupied, and opposition is not expected.

A Bedouin who joined Saved Ahmed's forces, says they are demoralised and suffering greatly from hunger and disappointment, Uarun, a leading Sheik, has sur-> rendered, while headmen of the Auladab tribe are asking for pardon. Starving Bedouins, with families, are flooking into our lines asking for food and shelter, having been robbed and illtreated by Tripolitan Bedouins who entered Egypt under Sayed Abmed.

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OUR TROOPS IN EGYPT., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3528, 17 March 1916

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OUR TROOPS IN EGYPT. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3528, 17 March 1916

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