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SRNA REVIEW OF EVENING NEWS, March 18, 1996
Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory
From: Mirjana Petrovic <email@example.com>
SARAJEVO - The evacuation of the Serbs and their property from the municipalities of Stari Grad and Novo Sarajevo was successfully completed today. According to the data of the Opera tional Staff for the Accommodating the Refugees from Serb Saraje vo, less than 1% of the Serbs will remain in parts of the city which is to be handed over tomorrow.
SARAJEVO - The evacuation of the Serbs from the municipality of Stari Grad was completed, and most of the populace is being accommodated in Pale and Sokolac.
SARAJEVO - Since the Dayton agreement has been signed, 680 Serb corpses had been exhumed on the territory of Serb Sarajevo, and most of the corpses were reburied in Sokolac. More than 500 corpses has been exhumed in the Serb municipalities of Ilidza and Hadzici, and most of them was taken to Sokolac and Bratunac. Lucic pointed out that the exhumation is not yet completed in Vogosca and Ilijas and stressed that there is a possibility of continuing the action after March 19.
SARAJEVO - About 9,450 residents of Serb Sarajevo is being accommodated in refugee centres in Sokolac, among them 1,300 children. 3,192 people is being accommodated in Visegrad, 565 in Rogatica, 4,845 in Lukavica, 177 in Pale, 317 in Jahorina, 95 in Podgrab.
SARAJEVO - The IFOR spokesman, Simon Hayzlok, confirmed that "NATO rejected a Muslim government request to leave several thousand soldiers in the Sarajevo demilitarised zone after March 19". Hayzlok said that "the presence of Muslim soldiers in Sa rajevo will be considered as the violation of the peace agreement after Wednesday.
SARAJEVO - Recent moves of the Muslim government brought into question its determination for a multiethnic city and the former Bosnia, writes the Washington Post.
BELGRADE - The RS Army HQ assistant commander, general Milan Gvero, stated that "the cooperation with IFOR is going in accordance with the dynamic of the Dayton agreement and that the Serbs will do nothing to provoke a conflict".
BRCKO - The RS State Demarcation Commission agreed with the Muslim side that Gornje Dubravice remain in Srpska, while Delina Ravan i Donje Dubravice will belong to the B-H federation.
BANJALUKA - A member of the 106 HVO Brigade, Ivan Stjepanov ic, born on January 2, 1970, was put on trial today in the Banja Luka court. Stjepanovic is accused of killing 27 Serbs in the vicinity of Brcko, since June 1992 to September 1994. Among the killed there were several women and a minor girl.