REVOLT IN TURKEY.
PARLIAMENT SURROUNDED. PREMIER'S DISMISSAL DEMANDED. (By Cable.—Press Association.—Copyright.) (Received 8.30 a.m.) CONSTANTINOPLE, April 13. A revolt, which has assumed serious proportions, has occurred in Constantinople. The revolt arose among the garrison, which has been in a state of unrest ever since the granting of the Constitution. Two battalions of troops surrounded the Parliamentary Buildings and demanded the dismissal of the Grand Vizier,' Kiamil Pasha, the President of the Chamber, and the Minister for War.
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