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January 17, 1992 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Masters of their own affairs for the first time in 1,400 years, Slovenes embraced their new statehood Thursday by wheeling and dealing with Germans, seizing control of their airspace and heaping European bankers with plans for new highways and modern transport. The scars of last summer's war have not all healed, and Slovenia still faces an uncertain battle for recognition by the United States and Russia.
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May 23, 1992 | From Reuters
Embattled Bosnia-Herzegovina was admitted to the United Nations on Friday, together with Croatia and Slovenia, and immediately urged the world body to defend it against aggression. The president of the General Assembly said the international community has a commitment to defend the new members' sovereignty. The United Nations now has 178 members, compared with only 51 when it was founded in 1945.
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May 23, 1992 | From Reuters
Embattled Bosnia-Herzegovina was admitted to the United Nations on Friday, together with Croatia and Slovenia, and immediately urged the world body to defend it against aggression. The president of the General Assembly said the international community has a commitment to defend the new members' sovereignty. The United Nations now has 178 members, compared with only 51 when it was founded in 1945.
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January 17, 1992 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Masters of their own affairs for the first time in 1,400 years, Slovenes embraced their new statehood Thursday by wheeling and dealing with Germans, seizing control of their airspace and heaping European bankers with plans for new highways and modern transport. The scars of last summer's war have not all healed, and Slovenia still faces an uncertain battle for recognition by the United States and Russia.
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December 17, 1991 | JOEL HAVEMANN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The 12 nations of the European Community agreed early today to confer diplomatic recognition on Jan. 15 to all republics in civil war-torn Yugoslavia that meet a series of conditions, including respect for human rights and peaceful acceptance of borders. EC foreign ministers, in a meeting that began Monday morning and lasted past midnight here, gave Yugoslavia's six republics until next Monday to apply for diplomatic recognition.
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December 17, 1991 | JOEL HAVEMANN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The 12 nations of the European Community agreed early today to confer diplomatic recognition on Jan. 15 to all republics in civil war-torn Yugoslavia that meet a series of conditions, including respect for human rights and peaceful acceptance of borders. EC foreign ministers, in a meeting that began Monday morning and lasted past midnight here, gave Yugoslavia's six republics until next Monday to apply for diplomatic recognition.
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