Bosnia-Herzegovina Tests Army's Intent, UN Role in Region YUGOSLAV CONFLICT
Louise Branson, Monitor, The Christian Science Monitor
AS Yugoslav jets screamed through clear skies to bomb strategic targets west of the city of Mostar on Wednesday, many felt a sense of d vu: the Yugoslav Army rolling into another breakaway republic wracked by ethnic violence.
"The role of the Army is the big question right now," said one senior Western diplomat. "But it has yet to show its true colors. Its bombing raid on Mostar apparently came because of provocation by Croatian forces. But it has not yet been the initiator."
It seems only a question of time, however, before the Serb-led Army becomes more deeply involved in fighting in the former Yugoslav republic, whose independence was recognized this …
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