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July 16, 1991 | Times Wire Services
Croatia's prime minister told Yugoslavia's federal government Monday that the nation, a federation of 24 million people, should be redrawn as an alliance of independent countries similar to the European Community. Prime Minister Josip Manolic presented his program for Yugoslavia's future after talks with federal Prime Minister Ante Markovic. The plan calls for Yugoslav republics to observe principles of international law in their relations with each other and to respect minority rights.
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July 16, 1991 | Times Wire Services
Croatia's prime minister told Yugoslavia's federal government Monday that the nation, a federation of 24 million people, should be redrawn as an alliance of independent countries similar to the European Community. Prime Minister Josip Manolic presented his program for Yugoslavia's future after talks with federal Prime Minister Ante Markovic. The plan calls for Yugoslav republics to observe principles of international law in their relations with each other and to respect minority rights.
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June 20, 1994 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was a shotgun wedding ordered by Washington that ended the war between Muslims and Croats in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and three months into the marriage there are growing signs that it may not last. Hard-line politicians seeking to undermine the Muslim-Croatian reconciliation are overwhelmingly outnumbered by moderates desperate for peace in both Bosnia and Croatia. But Croatian President Franjo Tudjman remains resistant to the union with Bosnia, and U.N.
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