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April 25, 1909, Page 1Buy Reprints The New York Times Archives

BEIRUT, Asiatic Turkey, April 24. -- A conservative estimate now places the number killed in the Armenian massacres in Adana vilayet at from 20,000 to 30,000. Help is needed everywhere along the coast. View Full Article in Timesmachine »

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