[No title]|1886-01-01|Llangollen Advertiser Denbighshire Merionethshire and North Wales Journal - Welsh Newspapers Online
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THE British troops under the command of General Stephenson on Wednesday morning attacked the entrenched positions of the hostile Arabs at Genniss, near the Egyptian frontier, and completely routed the enemy, capturing two guns and twenty standards. The casualties on our side were one British and six Egyptians killed, and twenty-one British and ten Egyptians wounded. THE Servian troops evacuated Bulgarian terri- tory on Christmas Day. This movement will be followed in accordance with the armistice, by the retirement of the Bulgarians from Pirot. Prince Alexander met with a most enthusiastic recep- tion on his entry into Sofia on Saturday, on his return from Pirot at the head of six regiments. A delegate of the Hungarian Red Cross Society describes the condition of the troops of both armies, especially the outposts, as heartrending. Men are frozen to death daily. Epidemics of all sorts are rife, and herds of wolves are hanging round the places where the armies have encamped.




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