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TESLIC - The Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) Municipality Board of Teslic sent a letter of support to the RS president Radovan Karadzic and the state leadership, in which the strong fate in the state policy was expressed. The letter demands presi dent Karadzic and the state leadership to persist in the defence of the Serb interests and to ignore blackmails of the world community.

LONDON - British soldiers will surely stay in the former Bosnia when the IFOR mandate expired at the end of the year, claims the Guardian, citing well informed British military sources. The paper writes that the further presence of the inter national community in the former B-H will be limited on the building of "peace perspective" and that there will be small number of people on the ground.

SARAJEVO - The Muslim authorities today set commemorative plaque in the Vase Miskina Street in Sarajevo, as a sign of remembrance to 17 killed and "about 150" wounded in a massacre, which took part on this day in 1992, and of which the Serbs were accused without proofs provided. UN experts officially accused the Serbs for this massacre in front of bakery, claiming that the Serbs from surrounding hills reportedly fired three mortar shells, but at the same time it was discovered from several international circles and UN sources that the shells were fired by the Muslims.

BIJELJINA - Female representatives of the association of "Aid to World Children" from Frankfurt gave 30 DM to 135 pupils of the Jovan Ducic elementary school in Bijeljina.

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