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LONDON : Mulling the Balkans

August 25, 1992

The broadest and most serious international attempt to resolve the crisis in Yugoslavia begins Wednesday with a three-day conference that will weigh the pros and cons of military intervention.

The session, called by Britain in its role as chairman of the European Community, draws together world leaders and Balkan warriors. It aims to define the international community's objectives in the war-torn federation and the degree to which foreign governments are willing to commit troops, time and money to ending the deadly crisis.

U.S. and European leaders insist the world will not stand by idly. But officials concede privately that few governments are advocating armed intervention.

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