The Argus, 10 december 1894
Bron: National Library of Australia

The Armenian Outrages

ANTI-TURKISH FEELING IN ENGLAND

ALARM IN AUSTRIA

AN AMERICAN COMMISSIONER APPOINTED


LONDON, Dec. 8.

The accounts which have been published of the shocking atrocities committed by Turkish troops in Armenia have aroused a strong Anti-Turkish feeling in England, one result of which is the appointment by the Porte of a commission of inquiry into the massacres, on which Great Britain is to be represented.

Much alarm is expressed by the Austrian papers at the state of public feeling in England, as it is believed that it will assist Russia in her designs on Armenia.

In accordance with a request by the Sultan, the United States will also be represented on the commission.

REPORTED ATTITUDE OF RUSSIA

DECISION NOT TO INTERFERE


LONDON, Dec. 9.

It is reported at St. Petersburg that Russia has decided not to interfere in Armenia at the present juncture.

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