General Dragomir Milosevic, the commander of the Bosnian Serb forces around Sarajevo, said he would remove the rest of his army's heavy weapons before a NATO deadline Wednesday. Serbs have withdrawn about half of their weapons so far. From Sarajevo, Alexandra Stiglmayer reports that U.N. officials say they are pleased with the Serb compliance. Serbs have rounded up many of their weapons in preparation for transportation outside the 12.5 mile exclusion zone around the city. Late Sunday night, NATO gave them another 72 hours to pull back, but warned that air strikes would resume if all the guns weren't moved by that time.