Foreign News: Mosul

Attempts to settle the question as to whether Turkey or Great Britain shall dominate Mosul (TIME, Oct. 5 et ante) were featured last week by a modicum of practical action and the continuance of heated bluffing at Angora and London.

Action was confined to two definite announcements. The Permanent Court of International Justice at The Hague set Oct. 22 as the date to decide (at the request of the Assembly of the League of Nations) whether the League Council has authority to adjudicate the Mosul matter. Meanwhile the Council of the League despatched General Laidoner, onetime Commander-in-Chief of the Esthonian Army, at...

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