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ANARCHY IN TURKEY.

REBELLION IN ALBANIA. STEAkERS FIRED ON. CONSTANTINOPLE, April 10. There is much local anarchy in the out lying parts of the Turkish Empire. In the Arab provinces there is great unrest, especially at Mosul and Basra. Steamers on the Tigris have been so frequently fired at of lute that they have been compelled to stop running. The Northern Albanians are restive, and a battalion from Monastir sent to suppress an outbreak at Dibra, in Central Albania, was compelled to retire, with considerable loss. (Received 9.15 a.m.) CONSTANTINOPLE, April 11. The Committee of Union and Progress deny that the editor of the "Harbisti" was shot dead by their orders or with their complicity, and state that they unreservedly deplore the murder.

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ANARCHY IN TURKEY. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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