GRECO-ITALIAN: Greece Agrees

Evacuation? Having occupied the Greek island of Corfu for nearly three weeks, because of the murder (allegedly by Greeks) of Italian officials in Greece, Italy announced that she would evacuate Corfu— providing that Greece fulfills satisfactorily the demands of the Council of Ambassadors (TIME, Sept. 17).

Part Payment.

The Greek Government carried out part of the Council of Ambassadors' demands. The Italian naval squadron, escorted by a British and a French warship, was saluted at Piraeus. The memorial service to the Janina road victims was held in Athens and attended by members of the Greek Cabinet. Military honors...

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