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Ult..IN. conference cries out against wartime rapes

The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 13, 1995 - 7

BEIJING (AP) - Of all war's hor-
rors, rape is espcially ugly and the
U.N. women's coference is crying out
against it. Corfetes agreed yesterday
-that combatants vho rape women are
war criminals ad should be hunted
down.
The call to gvernments to investi-
gate and punislthose responsible for
rape in wartim was among measures
adopted by a coimittee drafting a Plat-
"form for Actio to achieve equality for
,women.
"Gross humn rights violations and
policies of ethic cleansing in war-tom
,and occupiedireas continue to be car-
ried out," sai the newly approved para-
graph. "Civi Ian victims, mostly women
and childre, often outnumber casual-
ties among ombatants."
In the lat hurdle before final ap-
proval of tle platform, delegates from
189 countris adopted large sections of
the documnt by consensus at a some-
times heatd. meeting. The same coun-

tions.
Addressing the issue of the so-called
"glass ceiling," it urged governments
and the private sector to build "a critical
mass of women leaders, executives and
managers in strategic decision-making
positions."
It also called for equal participation
of women in peace negotiations.
Negotiators worked into the night
trying to resolve remaining issues:
equal inheritance rights for women,
elimination of weapons of mass de-
struction, putting a monetary value on
unpaid work such as keeping house,
and financial resources to implement
the platform.
Also unresolved was language call-
ing for an end to discrimination based
on sexual preference.
Irene Freudenschuss-Reichel, the
Austrian head of the committee dealing
with human rights, said this did not
weaken the conference's human rights
commitment.

AP PHOTO
An African youth group participates at the U.N. women's conference yesterday.

tries will give final approval to the
platform during a plenary session Fri-
day that will end the 12-day Fourth
World Conference on Women.
Portions oftext approved by the draft-

ing committee call for governments to
shift funds from defense to economic
development, alleviate the increasing
poverty of women, and, along with com-
panies, put more women in top posi-

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The Washington Post
WASHINGTON - U.N. military
officials said yesterday that almost two
weeks of NATO bombing have failed
to eliminate the Bosnian Serbs' threat
against Sarajevo and, because of target
restrictionshow little promise ofquickly
forcing them to lift their siege.
In the eyes ofmilitary observers here,
the limited scope of the NATO cam-
paign goes a long way to explain why
Ratko Mladic, the separatist Serbs'
military leader, persists in defying
NATO and U.N. demands to withdraw
his arsenal of more than 300 artillery
pieces from the hills and mountains
around the Bosnian capital - one of
the main conditions set down for a halt
to the bombing.
"NATO is operating with one hand
tied," a senior U.N. military officer
said. "If I were Mladic, I would resist to
the last."
The United Nations based its assess-
ment partly on the Serbs' large reserves
of ammunition, along with their ability
to resupply themselves and to repair
damaged facilities. Furthermore, offic-
ers here said, the limits NATO places
on its attacks guarantee the Serbs have
room to persevere.
Few airstrikes have been directed
against front-line units that generally
keep three weeks' worth of ammuni-
tion and other supplies close by -
including the artillery ringing Sarajevo.
NATO has specifically placed those
targets off-limits so as not to be seen as
trying to strategically affect the out-
come of the war.
Storage facilities and gun placements
in civilian areas are also untouchable,
because of fears of killing noncomba-
tants. No strikes have been organized
against civilian factories, power sta-
tions or other nonmilitary targets, al-
though some damage to civilian facili-
ties has been reported.
An expansion of targets would re-
quire anew NATO political decision in
Brussels. Unified NATO backing ap-
parently has remained strong for the
current target menu but could be strained
by any escalation, U.N. officials said.
NATO staff officers in Naples, the
alliance's southern headquarters, re-
ported that continuing fair weather per-
mitted a steady procession of bombing
strikes yesterday to batter targets around
Sarajevo. Between dawn Monday and
noon yesterday, 76 planes bombed what
has become the customary array of
ammunition dumps, communications
facilities and storage depots.
Some officers privately have begun

Sarajevo comes
to life following
3-year siege
Los AngelesTnes
SARAJEVO, Bosnia-
Herzegovina - Hundreds of this
battered city's young and fashion-
able pressed outside the sand-
bagged doors of the new United
Colors of Benetton clothing store
yesterday, and others inside pored
over the orange, pink and green T-
shirts stacked six-deep and selling
for two weeks' wages.
It was the grand opening of a
rather incongruous addition to
Titova Avenue, Sarajevo's scarred
downtown main street and site of
last month's marketplace massa-
cr. And the opening was a major
event, drawing the mayor, crowds
and what passes for a local televi.
sion news crew - three young-
sters and a hand-held video cam-
era.
Two weeks after NATO
launched air strikes against the
Bosnian Serbs who have besieged
the capital for more than three years,
there are .small signs of
reawakening life.
The air campaign has tempo-
rarily quieted, though not de-
stroyed, the mortar and artillery
pieces the Serbs use to shell the
city. Nobody knows how long the
lull will last, but for now people
can be seen strolling outside with
their baties. Thegovernment rolled
a nightly curfew back from 9 to 10
p.m. and even lifted it altogether
last Saturday.
Around 1,000 tons of food, fire-
wood and other consumer goods
are entering Sarajevo daily, after
the United Nations, taking advan-
tage of NATO air cover, opened a
road into the city for the first time
in six months. Prices have plum-
meted.
The Benetton store, officials say,
is the first foreign-invested shop to
open in Bosnia since the war began
in 1992, when Serb gunmen re-
belled against Bosnian indepen-
dence and surrounded Sarajevo.
tack any Serb guns that resume shell-
ing. But some NATO officials have

British Rapid Reaction forces participate in an exercise near Sarajevo yesterday.T
U 4. aofficials Serb
tbreatcontinus
despit Mbmbings.

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