Last week saw the end of the Italo-Greek dispute over the Italian murders near Janina in the Epirus (TIME, Sept. 10).

Indemnity. In compliance with the united demands of Italy and the Council of Ambassadors in Paris, Greece deposited in the Swiss National Bank the sum of 50,000,000 lire ($2,160,000) as a guarantee for such indemnity as the Council might ultimately fix (TIME, Sept. 24). This sum was paid over to Italy on the orders of the Ambassadors, who found that Greece was dilatory in tracking down the murderers of the Italian mission...

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