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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, February 17, 1993- Page 7
Serb blockade halts
U.N. convoy to Bosnia

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SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegov-
ina (AP) - Serb militia and tanks
battered two areas in western Sara-
jevo and blocked the main airport
road yesterday in a major escalation
of fighting as residents tried to
conserve dwindling food supplies.
On the border with Yugoslavia,
Bosnian Serbs also blocked a U.N.
aid convoy for a third straight day
from getting to an area in eastern
Bosnia where tens of thousands of
Muslim refugees are short of food
and under siege. But the Serbs al-
lowed a second convoy to pass
through the same checkpoint.
Sarajevo officials are refusing to
distribute U.N. food in hopes of
pressuring the United Nations. Aid
flights were suspended late last week
because U.N. warehouses were fill-
ing up.
The last normal aid delivery from
warehouses was made Thursday, but
citizens were believed to have saved
up food to last for several days. The
last operating bakery ran out of
cooking fuel on Monday.
A Bosnian journalist, who spoke
on condition of anonymity, said she
watched people run into a shelled
warehouse Monday and grab food.
Canada announced it is sending
1,200 soldiers serving as U.N.
peacekeepers in neighboring Croatia
to help deliver relief supplies in
Bosnia. The troops will begin arriv-
ing in a few days, the announcement
said.
At least 18,000 people have been
killed in 11 months of fighting since
Muslims and Croats in Bosnia de-
clared independence, but the
Bosnian government reports more

than 134,000 people either killed or
missing.
Officials of Bosnia's Muslim-led
government declared a citywide alert
in Sarajevo for a second consecutive
day, warning people to stay indoors
because of heavy shelling and sniper
fire.
Bosnian radio said Serbs had
brought in 10 new tanks for a con
centrated attack on the Azici and
'There have been
heavy (Serb) attacks
by all means and
measures for the past
two days.'
- Zlatko Lagumdzija
Bosnian deputy premier
Stup neighborhoods around the con-
centrated airport. "It is a very serious
situation," the broadcast said.
The radio also said the town of
Vogosca, about five miles north of
Sarajevo, was hit hard by 82mm and
122mm mortar shells.
Zlatko Lagumdzija, the Bosnian
deputy premier, told The Associated
Press: "There have been heavy
(Serb) attacks by all means and mea-
sures for the past two days."
For three days before the Serb of-
fensive, U.N. monitors in Sarajevo
said Bosnian government forces in
the city fired more artillery shells
that the besieging Serbs. But for the
last two days, the tide turned. Serb
shells pounded central Sarajevo
around the presidency building and
the Muslim quarter of the old town.

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BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) - The
U.N. plans to send more weapons in-
spectors to Baghdad and conduct
aerial surveys of two sites where it
suspects Saddam Hussein's govern-
ment designed nuclear missiles,
U.N. officials said yesterday.
The decision to challenge Sad-
dam's ban on flights over Baghdad
will test Iraqi compliance with U.N.
Security Council terms for ending
the Persian Gulf War. If Iraq refuses
to comply, it could lead to President
Clinton's first showdown with
Saddam.
Tim Trevan, a spokesperson for
the U.N. Special Commission over-
seeing the destruction of Iraq's ma-
jor weapons systems, said inspection
teams had not flown over the capital
so far out of respect for Iraqi
sensitivities.
But "we have the right to fly over
Baghdad," Trevan said in New
York. "We will exercise that right
when we have operational need to do
so."
Pierce Corden, an American who
is deputy chief of the Special Com-
mission, declined to comment about
possible flights over Baghdad. But
he said three to four new teams of
weapons inspectors would be com-
ing to Baghdad soon.
"Unless there is a dramatic
change in Baghdad's attitude, Iraq
has a long way to go fulfilling all the
Gulf War Security Council resolu-
tions," said Corden, who was in
Baghdad preparing a report on the
commission's progress.
U.N. inspectors have given the
Iraqis notice they want to fly over
two relatively small sites in Baghdad
believed to contain equipment to
design prototypes of nuclear ballistic
missiles, Trevan said. However, the

Iraqis have not been given flight
plans or a date, he said.
The sites were not included in
Baghdad's disclosure of facilities in-
volved in nuclear research, Trevai
said. The inspectors discovered the
sites on their own and have checked
them on visits by car.
Helicopters are useful for taking.
aerial photographs that would dis-
close new construction activity at a
site or the removal of equipment.
Saddam's government long de-
nied it was trying to develop nuclear
'We have the right to
fly over Baghdad. We
will exercise that right
when we have
operational need to do
so.'
- Tim Trevan
U.N. Special Commission
spokesperson
warheads, but U.N. teams have re-
ported finding evidence that the
Iraqis had made substantial progress
toward building such weapons be-
fore the Gulf War.
Patrice Palanque, a member of
the French army, who is heading a
U.N. team of 13 missile experts now
in Iraq, said he was unaware of the
U.N. decision to make aerial surveys
over Baghdad.
Palanque said he was under the
impression that such flights were not
allowed by an understanding be-
tween Iraq and the Security Council.
The visits could heighten tensions
over implementing Security Council
resolutions ordering the dismantling
of Iraqi nuclear, chemical and
biological weapons and missiles
with a range greater than 90 miles.

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RECEPTIONIST NEEDED for UM
Botanical Gardens. $5/hr. Own
transportation. Call 998-7061.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well-es-
tablished infertility clinic. If you are a male
between 21 - 40 years of age and a graduate
student or a professional 5'9" or taller we
need you. Donors will be paid $55 per ac-
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please write P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.
SPEND THE SUMMER in the Beautiful
Catskill Mountains of New York. Achieve a
challenging and rewarding summer ex-
perience working in a residential camp for
adults with physical and developmental
disabilities. Positions available: counselors,
cabin leaders, program leaders. All students
are encouraged to apply. Season dates June
1-August 19. Good salary, room and board,
and some travel allowance. Call Michelle at
419-352-7975 for information or write to
Camp Jened, P.O. Box 483, Rock Hill, NY
12775 (914) 434-2220.
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ACCEPTING APPLICATION
FOR THE 1993-1994
ACADEMIC YEAR
76-GUIDE is an anonyomous
peer counseling program
sponsored by Counseling
Services.
Applicants need to be enrolled
students who are good at
working with people.
No previous experience is

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