Foreign News: Moroccan War: Jul. 20, 1925

A terrific heat wave greatly interfered last week with the prosecution of the war in Morocco (TIME, May 11, et seq.). Minor engagements were reported in the Spanish sector in the south, but nothing decisive was effected by any engagement. In general, the Riffians continued to dominate Fez* and Taza behind the Wergha River and a new offensive against the former was developing.

At Madrid, Franco-Spanish conversations, inaugurated several weeks ago by French Deputy Louis Malvy (TIME, May 25), came to an end with the signing of two accords: one to begin a land...

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