Doesn't Anybody Want Peace?

Strong Serb counterattacks threaten the Bosnian forces, Croatia -- and the Western Alliance

Peacekeepers in Bosnia watched as two fighter-bombers took off from Udbina, in an area of Croatia controlled by Serbs. A few minutes later other U.N. military observers saw two jet planes roar low near the town of Bihac, a mainly Muslim "safe zone" theoretically under U.N. protection in Bosnia's northwest corner. "After they arrived," a U.N. spokesman reported, "two loud explosions were heard." Military monitors went to inspect and found fragments from cluster bombs and, in the U.N.'s view, for the first time in the war, napalm. Fighting worsened the next day as Serbian jets from Udbina bombed and strafed the...

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