ITALY: Notes, Feb. 25, 1924

Count Giovanni Manzoni, former Italian Minister to Yugo-Slavia, was slated as first Italian Ambassador to Soviet Russia.

The Eleftheron Vima of Athens published a report that an Italo-Greco-Rumanian treaty of friendship was shortly to be concluded. Confirmation was lacking.

King Victorio Emmanuele is to visit Fiume soon after the ratification of the recent Italo-Yugo-Slavian treaty (TIME, Feb. 4).

For 400 years Cursolo and Orasso, small villages, have engaged in litigation over the ownership of a large towering rock in the mountains, a claim to which neither has been willing to surrender. Following precedent...

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