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On the eve of the peace treaty signing in Paris, the Senate is near votes on three resolutions on the U.S. mission in Bosnia: the one likeliest to pass, backed by Majority Leader Bob Dole and Senator John McCain of Arizona, offers qualified support for President Clinton's plan; another would oppose the U.S. deployment but support the troops, and the last -- which Senators rejected this afternoon -- would cut off funds entirely. For details, visit TIME World Wide's special page devoted to the U.S. mission in Bosnia with extended daily news, special audio reports from TIME correspondents abroad and other materials.