New Foes in Bosnia

U.S. Mulls Next Move Now Croats and Muslims wage war; end to arms embargo may be sought

OF ALL THE THINGS BOSNIA NEEDED, A SECOND THEater of war was perhaps the last. But in central Bosnia, Croats and Muslims began fighting along what was supposed to be the boundary line between two provinces under the moribund Vance-Owen peace plan. Croats subjected Muslims to ethnic cleansing, systematic rape and cold-blooded murder, just as the Serbs to the north and east; there were reports of Muslim atrocities as well. However, late Saturday the two sides signed an agreement in Zagreb.

In the main theater, quiet, of a sort, came to the Serb-besieged town of Srebrenica under a United Nations-arranged truce....

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