Press Accounts: [US Media: The New York Times] [1 of 6]

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Press Accounts: [US Media: The New York Times] [1 of 6]
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After four years of war the leaders of Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia are meeting in Ohio on November 1, 1995 to begin negotiating a peace settlement.
Report on the peace talks in Dayton.
People in the Netherlands are disturbed over the failure of the Dutch soldiers in the UN peacekeeping force in Bosnia.
Muslim refugees from the so called safe area of Srebrenica gave new details about killing and rape of civilians by the Bosnian Serb Army.
Frustrated Croats are openly preparing for a major assault on a Serbian enclave.
Bosnian Muslim Troops evade UN force to raid a Serb village.


HU OSA 377-0-1 Subject Files (HU OSA 377-0-1)
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Collection Specific Tags:
Akashi, Yasushi, Albright, Madeleine, Boutros-Ghali, Boutros, Clinton, Bill, Couzy, Hans, Franken, Robert, Goldstone, Richard, Izetbegović, Alija, Janvier, Bernard, Karadžić, Radovan, Karremans, Thom, Kjarstada, Harald, Martić, Milan, Milošević, Slobodan, Mladić, Ratko, Nukić, Vahida, Ogata, Sadako, Ražnatović-Arkan, Željko, Tus, Antun, Tuđman, FranjoAtrocities, Bush administration, Clinton administration, Dayton Agreement, Dutch national conscience, Dutch Parliament, Dutchbat, Food deliveries, Guilt, ICTY (International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia), Mass killings, Missing persons, Moral responsibility, NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation), Paramilitaries, Responsibility for genocide, Srebrenica safe area, Terror, UN Safe areas, United Nations, UNPROFOR (United Nations Protection Forces), Visoko area
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HU OSA 377-0-1:5/4
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"Press Accounts: [US Media: The New York Times] [1 of 6]", 1995. HU OSA 377-0-1:5/4; HU OSA 377-0-1 Subject Files; Open Society Archives at Central European University, Budapest.
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