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Over the Wire

20 Die in Accident

By (the UNITED Press)

Batavia, N.E.I.--Japanese bombers struck today at Dutch Timor, southern-most of the Indies, only 310 miles from the Australian coast, while Dutch troops fiercely battled landing parties at four points including the Amboina Naval base.

In their deepest air raid yet made into the Indies, Japanese planes attacked Koepang and shipping south of there in the strait between Timor and the small Island of Semaoe. There was said to have been no damage or casualties.

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