Foreign News: Another Possible Rumpus

Yugo-Slavia will reject the agreement forced on her delegates by Mussolini's ultimatum (TIME, Sept. 3), demanding under threat that Italy might resume " liberty of action " in the Free City of Fiume. The Italian and YugoSlavian delegates had agreed on Aug. 31 to let Fiume, subject of debate since November, 1918, be administered by a mixed commission of Italians, Yugo-Slavs, and officials of the Fiume Free State Government, controlled by Italians. Mussolini "magnanimously" gave Belgrade until Sept. 15 to ratify her delegates' decision. But circumstances have changed. Italy has seized Corfu....

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