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January 18, 1997 | From Times Wire Services
Embarrassed by a goodwill mission turned bad, the Canadian army said that 47 soldiers face possible dismissal for sexual misconduct, drunkenness and abuse of patients at a mental hospital in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The misconduct in Bosnia occurred in 1993-94 at the Bakovici mental hospital during a mission that at the time was depicted as heroic and successful. Baril said 57 members of the 12th Armored Regiment, which was assigned to protect the war-zone hospital, committed various offenses.
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January 18, 1997 | From Times Wire Services
Embarrassed by a goodwill mission turned bad, the Canadian army said that 47 soldiers face possible dismissal for sexual misconduct, drunkenness and abuse of patients at a mental hospital in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The misconduct in Bosnia occurred in 1993-94 at the Bakovici mental hospital during a mission that at the time was depicted as heroic and successful. Baril said 57 members of the 12th Armored Regiment, which was assigned to protect the war-zone hospital, committed various offenses.
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June 6, 1995 | KENNETH FREED, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Among the most serious casualties of the current Bosnian crisis could be one of the world's most committed and long-serving proponents of international peacekeeping: Canada. With its soldiers held hostage by Bosnian Serbs twice in six months, its government left uninformed and unconsulted by its allies and its armed forces humiliated and frustrated in other recent U.N.
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June 6, 1995 | KENNETH FREED, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Among the most serious casualties of the current Bosnian crisis could be one of the world's most committed and long-serving proponents of international peacekeeping: Canada. With its soldiers held hostage by Bosnian Serbs twice in six months, its government left uninformed and unconsulted by its allies and its armed forces humiliated and frustrated in other recent U.N.
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