Foreign News: Moroccan Difficulties

Because of unrest in Morocco, the entire political situation at Madrid remains unsettled. The decisive defeat of the Spanish forces near Melilla in July, 1921, still rankles bitterly in 20,000,000 proud Spanish breasts. The condition of Spanish morale is well indicated by the wholesale national endorsement at the recent pardoning, by the King, of soldiers who mutinied against going to Morocco. The military position of the Spanish troops continued last week, according to reports, " precarious " and subject to frequent raids from the tribesmen.

Meanwhile from Paris emanated a story that the...

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