About 4,000 more Muslim men among at least 15,000 thought to have been captured in the fall of Srebrenica reached friendly territory in Tuzla after eluding rebel Serbs on a hazardous six-day, 60-mile trek through forests and over mountains. (A Bosnian army spokesman said some received help from the special army units.) "It was a desperate run, but we knew we would be killed or worse, otherwise," Azem Alkanovic, a 38-year-old policeman, told the Associated Press. "There were dozens and dozens of dead bodies on my trail. If you found a wounded man, you would carry him as far as you could. Then . . . " He left the sentence unfinished.