The Italo-Greek dispute (caused by the murder of General Tellini and three other Italian members of the Greco-Albanian Boundary Commission near Janina in the Epirus on Aug. 27, and protracted by the subsequent occupation of Corfu and adjacent islands by Italian forces) hung fire while waiting for the report of the Council of Ambassadors' Inquiry Mission at Janina.

Meanwhile, the Greeks having paid full homage, as requested by the Italians, to the remains of General Tellini and his three comrades, the bodies arrived in Rome on a special train draped in black and...

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