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SRNA REVIEW OF EVENING NEWS, July 17, 1996

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From: Mirjana Petrovic <almirja@cotton.vislab.olemiss.edu>

SARAJEVO - The UN accused the Muslim government in Sarajevo of "doing absolutely nothing to prevent harassment and mistreat ment of the Serbs" remaining in the parts of Sarajevo which, following the signing of the Dayton agreement, came under the Muslim control, reports Reuters. The IPTF spokesman Aleksander Ivanko stated at a press conference that "Serb houses and flats are being set to fire, families are threatened with death, while shoots can be heard from Serb houses in Vogosca and Osijek by nights".

STOCKHOLM - Professor Peter Valenstein, expert for interna tional policy, from the Upsali University, warned that the insis iting on the arrest of the Republika Srpska (RS) president Rado van Karadzic and the RS Army commander general Ratko Mladic can cause a great risk for the longterm stability in the region. "This proceeding is viewed by the majority of Serbs as an extreme humiliation, and it can make of their leaders suffers of its own kind", stated professor Valenstein for the Swede Radio.

TESALONIKI - The diplomats of France, Great Britain, Russia and Germany are slowly distancing themselves from their initial position regarding the arrest of RS president Radovan Karadzic and the VRS commander general Ratko Mladic, writes the Greek paper Elephtertipia. "Although the EU countries remain consistent to their position that Karadzic and Mladic must be removed from their functions, it is obvious that they doubtful about a possi ble reaction by the Serbian people in the event that NATO or any other force try o arrest their leaders", says the Greek paper.

GLAMOC - Croatian authorities allowed, at around 15:00 hrs, a team of 20 workers from Banjaluka to enter the Republic of Croatia territory and to continue the exhumation of the bodies of fallen Serb soldiers form the mass grave in the village of Kamen, near Glamoc. It return, Croats demanded the exhumation of nine Corat soldiers - members of the "Black Mambas" unit, who were killed last fall while tried to cross the Sava River and commit an terrorist act in the Kozarska Dubica area - to start simulta neously.

SKOPLJE - President of the Democratic Party of Serbs (DPS) in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (BJRM) Dragisa Miletic, assessed in Skoplje that the Hague Tribunal has an biased approach towards the civil war in the Former B-H. At a press conference, Miletic stated that "it can be said with a great certainty that the purpose of the Hague Tribunal is the arrests and stanisation of the Serbs, while its role in punishing the Muslims and Croats is symbolic".

HERCEG-NOVI - Eighty domestic and 20 foreign publishers from Russian, Hungary and Ukraine, will take part at the Igalo book fair which will be opened until August 11.

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