It is the one unchanging aspect of the seasons in war-ravaged Bosnia- Herzegovina. As Muslim authorities announced an official death toll of 14,364 for six months of war, even soccer fields, like the one pictured in Sarajevo, were being converted to graveyards. Last week the U.S. State Department revealed evidence of yet another massacre by ethnic Serb forces of some 3,000 Muslims in the city of Brcko last spring. The approaching winter could exact a far worse toll. U.N. relief officials warned that as many as 400,000 people in Bosnia could die of exposure and starvation. Said Cedric Thornberry, civilian commissioner...

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