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ATHENS--Greek forces driving ahead "on all fronts" are within about five miles of the Albanian port of Palermo after collapse of the entire Italian right wing north of the conquered fortress of Argyrocastron, an official spokesman said tonight.
Greek troops were reported within shelling range of Italian military bases on two fronts--Tepelini 15 miles north of Argyrocastron and Elbasan, 24 miles south of the Albanian capital of Tirana.
The Greek forces pushing toward Albania's No. 2 seaport of Valona were reported within about five miles of Palermo on the Straits and about twice that distance from the town of Khimara.
The capture of Khimara would give the Greeks a hold on about 40 miles of the Albanian coast.
SOFIA, Bulgaria--The Athens radio reported tonight that disorders "provoked by non-Fascist elements" in Italy are continuing and many anti-Fascists have been executed
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