A U.N. helicopter crash in Bosnia kills 12, including five Americans and a top German diplomat (Reuters) ... Back home, military training flights have been grounded in the wake of five air crashes — but the Pentagon says there's no cause for concern (TIME Daily) ... The tobacco issue is ideal for Clinton (TIME Daily) ... The U.S. has failed to sign up to a global ban on land mines (TIME Daily) ... Attorney General Janet Reno has brought in a new prosecutor to help speed up the campaign finance probe (Reuters) ... Intel announces a revolutionary new memory chip, but who really needs it? (TIME Daily) ... Lawsuits against silicon breast implant makers are set to lose steam after federal researchers give the implants a "clean bill of health" (TIME Daily) ... President Clinton says the tobacco settlement is not yet dead — he plans to announce his proposed amendments Wednesday (AllPolitics) ... A study finds a drastic increase in AIDS among American women (Reuters) ... Paris police plan to question Princess Diana's bodyguard, Trevor Rees-Jones, on Friday (People Daily) ... The space station Mir has a close encounter with a U.S. satellite on a similar orbit (TIME Daily) ... And don't mess with the Los Angeles police — they're about to start carrying assault rifles (Reuters).