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October 8, 1994 | TYLER MARSHALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After intense prodding from the United States, the 16-nation Atlantic Alliance on Friday formally pressed the United Nations for measures to intensify the use of Western air power in war-torn Bosnia-Herzegovina. The measures, detailed in a letter to U.N. Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali, would: * Streamline mandatory consultations between North Atlantic Treaty Organization and U.N. officials before any punitive air strikes against forces violating U.N.-declared weapons exclusion zones.
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April 8, 1995 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
U.N. peacekeepers squared off against Bosnian Serb troops on a key Sarajevo road as the Serbs blocked access to the besieged city and kept their guns trained on a suburb. Bosnian Serbs also threatened to shoot down any U.N. helicopters that fly over Serb-held territory after a U.N. chopper did just that without clearance. Fighting has grown on most fronts in recent weeks with the collapse of a Dec. 31 truce that had never been fully obeyed.
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April 8, 1995 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
U.N. peacekeepers squared off against Bosnian Serb troops on a key Sarajevo road as the Serbs blocked access to the besieged city and kept their guns trained on a suburb. Bosnian Serbs also threatened to shoot down any U.N. helicopters that fly over Serb-held territory after a U.N. chopper did just that without clearance. Fighting has grown on most fronts in recent weeks with the collapse of a Dec. 31 truce that had never been fully obeyed.
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October 8, 1994 | TYLER MARSHALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After intense prodding from the United States, the 16-nation Atlantic Alliance on Friday formally pressed the United Nations for measures to intensify the use of Western air power in war-torn Bosnia-Herzegovina. The measures, detailed in a letter to U.N. Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali, would: * Streamline mandatory consultations between North Atlantic Treaty Organization and U.N. officials before any punitive air strikes against forces violating U.N.-declared weapons exclusion zones.
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October 1, 1994 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Clinton Administration appeared Friday to have won only a token payoff on a gamble in which peace in the Balkans and the credibility of NATO were at stake. Washington had hoped that by delaying moves to arm Bosnia-Herzegovina's outgunned government it might compel NATO allies to seriously pressure Bosnian Serb renegades to make peace. But U.S. Defense Secretary William J.
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October 1, 1994 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Clinton Administration appeared Friday to have won only a token payoff on a gamble in which peace in the Balkans and the credibility of NATO were at stake. Washington had hoped that by delaying moves to arm Bosnia-Herzegovina's outgunned government it might compel NATO allies to seriously pressure Bosnian Serb renegades to make peace. But U.S. Defense Secretary William J.
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