Foreign News Notes, Jan. 14, 1924

More fighting in Tripoli. Another Italian victory. "Six hundred rebels killed, including many Arab chiefs. Two hundred and fifty rifles taken." Italian losses: one killed, two wounded. Italian native troops lost: 18 killed, 84 wounded. Another victory was expected.

One Francesco Tomei entered a Church at Avezzano. He did not pray. He stole relics of martyred saints. He was caught red-handed by the townspeople, beaten, knocked down, trampled upon, dragged through the streets, had gasoline poured over him. Someone applied a match. "His body was incinerated."

All Rome awoke one morning to find the...

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