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SRNA REVIEW OF DAILY NEWS, Sept. 25, 1996

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

BRCKO - The exhumation of 59 killed Serb civilians from the village of Bukvik, near Brcko, will be carried out in October, stated the president of the local commission for POW exchange, Makso Simeunovic.

BANJALUKA - The Serb Party of the Krajina and Posavina calls upon all opposition parties, particularly those nationally opted, to rise their voice against OSCE manipulations with the counting of votes.

BERGEN - NATO defence ministers come out at the ministerial conference in Bergen, for a new NATO mission in Republika Srpska (RS) and Federation of B-H in 1997, stated an unnamed NATO offi cial for AFP. He explained that such a decision was brought "in order to keep peace in the region".

BEOGRAD - The former U.S. secretary of state, Henry Kissing er, says the war in the Dayton B-H will flare up again, after U.S. and other NATO troops withdraw from the area by the end of the year. In his commentary for "Nedeljni Telegrad", Kissinger said that "the situation looks still, because the hurricane is approaching, and U.S. troops cannot be expected to patrol the interentity boundary lines forever."

PARIS - International Herald Tribune reveals an assessment by two politologists, John Miershnmer and Steven van Ever, that "the Dayton representation of multinational Bosnia, following September elections, remains senseless". "Recent elections in RS and the CroatMuslim Federation demonstrated it", they concluded, adding that "Clinton's administration, absolutely loyal to its wrong directions, is trying to maintain untouched Bosnia".

HAMBURG - German politicians and generals are attempting to propagate the extension and widening of the IFOR mandate in RS and Federation of B-H, explaining that NATO troops should under take an operation of grabbing of suspects on war crimes. German defence minister Volker Rie, points that "seen from a midterm prospect, NATO can no longer stand that war criminals are in their near". He account on a large support in the Bundesver.

ZURICH - The Swiss press extensively reports on UN Security Council meeting, concerning the lifting of UN sanctions against Yugoslavia and RS. Russia and China ask for an immediate lifting of the sanctions, and Washington pledges its consent after OSCE certificate election results.

BEOGRAD - Belgrade daily papers of not pay a full attention to the issue of lifting of the sanctions against Yugoslavia, which are due to be lifted ten days after the elections in the Dayton B-H. The daily paper "Politika" writes that the discus sions are ongoing in the Security Council, and that Great Britain is giving its full support to formal and automatic lifting of the sanctions.

BEOGRAD - Spokesman of the Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS) Milorad Jovanovic, stated it is still uncertain whether the sanctions would be lifted. The DSS spokesman said "the first precondition set to Yugoslavia, which do not pertains to succes sion, can be met, but it is not known yet what Yugoslavia ought to do concerning the cooperation with the Hague Tribunal and the Kossovo issue.

SARAJEVO - The Bosnian Muslim leader Alija Izetbegovic should address to the UN for the first time after being elected for the member of the B-H Presidency, reports AFP. The reason for his addressing is the controversial debate on a complete lifting of the sanctions against RS and Yugoslavia, for Sarajevo's opin ion is that all conditions are not met.

ZAGREB - A trial to two journalists of the Croatian satiric weekly paper "Feral Tribune", accused of "libelling Croatian president Franjo Tudjman", is continued following almost a four monthpause. He are sued because of their criticism of Tudjman's heinous idea to turn the former Jasenovac concentration camp "into a common graveyard" of victims of the WWII and their execu tors - Ustashe.

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