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December 10, 1993 | DAVID LAUTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A majority of Americans consider the possible development of nuclear weapons by North Korea a serious threat, and more than half would support the use of force to eliminate it, according to a new Los Angeles Times Poll. But North Korea is the only major international trouble spot in which a majority would support such action, the poll found.
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March 1, 1994 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With its first resort to force after almost two years of empty threats and toothless directives, NATO has sent a message to Bosnia's warring factions that there is military muscle behind alliance warnings and a price to pay for flouting its edicts. By striking out at Bosnian Serb warplanes blatantly violating a U.N.
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March 1, 1994 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With its first resort to force after almost two years of empty threats and toothless directives, NATO has sent a message to Bosnia's warring factions that there is military muscle behind alliance warnings and a price to pay for flouting its edicts. By striking out at Bosnian Serb warplanes blatantly violating a U.N.
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March 1, 1994 | William D. Montalbano, Times staff writer
The West's minute-by-minute entry into the Balkans war, according to NATO: * 6:31 a.m. Bosnia time: An Advance Warning and Control Systems (AWACS) plane sounds the alarm at dawn. NATO aircraft report six jets flying five nautical miles southward from Banja Luka. * 6:35: The AWACS pilot orders the jets to land or depart the "no-fly" area. At the same time, he calls in the cavalry: a pair of U.S. Air Force F-16s on routine patrol farther south.
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March 1, 1994 | William D. Montalbano, Times staff writer
The West's minute-by-minute entry into the Balkans war, according to NATO: * 6:31 a.m. Bosnia time: An Advance Warning and Control Systems (AWACS) plane sounds the alarm at dawn. NATO aircraft report six jets flying five nautical miles southward from Banja Luka. * 6:35: The AWACS pilot orders the jets to land or depart the "no-fly" area. At the same time, he calls in the cavalry: a pair of U.S. Air Force F-16s on routine patrol farther south.
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March 1, 1994 | TYLER MARSHALL and CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Adding a new dimension to the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina, U.S. Air Force planes early Monday attacked six Bosnian Serb aircraft, shooting down four of them after they had reportedly bombed targets in government-controlled areas of the country. According to officials at NATO headquarters here, the attack was carried out by two U.S. F-16 planes enforcing a U.N.-imposed "no-fly" zone, which has been in effect over Bosnia since October, 1992.
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March 1, 1994 | TYLER MARSHALL and CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Adding a new dimension to the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina, U.S. Air Force planes early Monday attacked six Bosnian Serb aircraft, shooting down four of them after they had reportedly bombed targets in government-controlled areas of the country. According to officials at NATO headquarters here, the attack was carried out by two U.S. F-16 planes enforcing a U.N.-imposed "no-fly" zone, which has been in effect over Bosnia since October, 1992.
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December 10, 1993 | DAVID LAUTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A majority of Americans consider the possible development of nuclear weapons by North Korea a serious threat, and more than half would support the use of force to eliminate it, according to a new Los Angeles Times Poll. But North Korea is the only major international trouble spot in which a majority would support such action, the poll found.
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