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July 6, 1991 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The thick cordons of parked trucks that had barricaded Ljubljana for more than a week seemed to have lifted with the morning mist. The first stretch of this main road headed east from the Slovenian capital toward Croatia appeared, deceptively, to be clear of defensive blockades. Two Slovenian reservists manned the sole checkpoint at the highway entrance, slouching against their car, smoking with one hand and sporting AK-47 assault guns with the other.
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July 6, 1991 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The thick cordons of parked trucks that had barricaded Ljubljana for more than a week seemed to have lifted with the morning mist. The first stretch of this main road headed east from the Slovenian capital toward Croatia appeared, deceptively, to be clear of defensive blockades. Two Slovenian reservists manned the sole checkpoint at the highway entrance, slouching against their car, smoking with one hand and sporting AK-47 assault guns with the other.
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January 19, 1997 | JUDITH INGRAM, ASSOCIATED PRESS
The businessman walked the few steps from home to his Jeep Cherokee before he was cut down by a bullet through the temple, fired from a silencer-equipped, large-caliber pistol about three yards away. No one saw the murder of Jozsef Prisztas, who was allegedly linked to gangsters, on a residential Budapest street shortly before noon on Nov. 1. At least, no one was talking.
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July 6, 1991 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The breakaway republic of Slovenia released prisoners of war and withdrew defense forces from Yugoslav federal army garrisons on Friday, but its refusal to give up symbolic moves toward independence drew sharp criticism from the army and threats of another attack.
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