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MESOPOTAMIA ■——— I i CLOSING IN. STILL NEARER TO KUT. j FINE WORK BY I IN DIANS. PRESS BUREAU. Wednesday. The Secretary of the War Office makes; the following announcement:— On January 9th an Indian division, advancing with great dash, attacked and captured the enemy's trenches on a frcftt of 1,000 yards in the bend of the Tigris on the right bank north-east M K u t. Seven officers and 155 men were cap- tured in the course of the operations. The enemy's trenches at Sanna-i-Yat were bombarded on the same date and his lines successfully raided in three places. (Note.—Kut stands in the wide loop of the Tigris where the Shatt-el-Hal flows in. The British forces have closed in on three sides of Kut. To the north on the left bank of the Tigris the Turks had in April last constructed defence lines with a series of nine redoubts extending in a semi-circle across the loop of the Tigris. The enemy remains in force on the left bank of the river, which he holds as far as Sanna-i-Yat, 16 miles west of Kut.)

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