NEW VICTIMS, NEW VICTORS

AS TENS OF THOUSANDS OF TERRIFIED SERBS FLEE CROATIA, CLINTON TAKES HIS CHANCES ON A NEW PEACE PLAN

Ljubica Milic was drenched with rain last Wednesday as she sat with her two sleeping children at an abandoned gas station on the road between Banja Luka, the largest city in Serb-held Bosnia, and Belgrade. As an equally sodden string of refugees streamed past, the young Serb from the Croatian village of Obrovac explained how she had been tricked by a war profiteer into making the worst deal of her life. "All I had was 200 deutsche marks [$139]," she says in a voice devoid of emotional inflection. "He asked me for 500 deutsche marks to get me to Belgrade, and...

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