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NATO fighter planes from the United States, Britain and France struck at least two surface-to-air missile sites this morning in two air raids as Bosnian Serb fighters, for the first time, broke into the U.N.-designated safe haven of Bihac. The NATO raid was a more direct attack on a weapons site following Monday's attack on the same site that merely left craters in an airport runway as a warning. This week's Serb assault on Bihac, now held by Bosnian Muslims, has increasedinternational pressure for tougher NATO sanctionsand actions against the Serbs, who today reportedly threatened attacks on U.N. personnel in Bosnia after blocking U.N. peacekeepers at nine weapons collection points and ordering U.N. military observers to stay in their quarters.Post your opinion on theInternationalbulletin board.