International: Beastly Atrocities

The U.N. Security Council (at Lake Success, N.Y.) was officially treated to a study of Balkan problems last week. The subject: Greek-Albanian border incidents. The occasion: the submitting to the Security Council of reports by the Governments of Greece and the Socialist Soviet Republic of Ukraine (acting for Albania). Some distressing details: one Demetrios Drallios of Argyrochorion, a Greek, reported the loss of a mule; one Aliko Yaco of Radat, Albania, complained of the disappearance of an ox. Each Government charged the other with provocative acts. Among them: whitewashing frontier markers without permission; sending soldiers to slink about and ring cowbells,...

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