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USA-ELECTION/
RTX2SFHR
November 08, 2016
America's First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton (L) meets US soldiers at the Bravo "Bulldogs" Troop (1/4...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
From the Files - The Candidates
America's First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton (L) meets US soldiers at the Bravo "Bulldogs" Troop (1/4 Cavalry) camp Alicia, an IFOR outpost in northern Bosnia March 25, 1996. REUTERS/File Photo FROM THE FILES PACKAGE "THE CANDIDATES" - SEARCH CANDIDATES FILES FOR ALL 90 IMAGES
RTRA4OE
January 05, 1998
French accused nazi collaborator Maurice Papon arrives at Bordeaux railway station to attend his trial...
France
ACCUSED NAZI COLLABORATOR MAURICE PAPON ARRIVES IFOR HIS TRIAL
French accused nazi collaborator Maurice Papon arrives at Bordeaux railway station to attend his trial January 5. The trial of Maurice Papon for crimes against humanity during World War II has been suspended since December 23 to allow Papon to gather his strengh after bouts of illness.

FRANCE PAPON
CROATIA
RTXHPX4
January 24, 1997
German IFOR commander General Friedrich Reichmann (R) pins a NATO medal on German Col. Hubert Von butler...
German IFOR commander General Friedrich Reichmann (R) pins a NATO medal on German Col. Hubert Von b.....
German IFOR commander General Friedrich Reichmann (R) pins a NATO medal on German Col. Hubert Von butler during a farewell ceremony at the NATO base Seget January 24. All German troops will leave Croatia at the end of January and will be redeployed in Bosnia as part of SFOR forces.
CROATIA
RTXHPWY
January 24, 1997
A platoon of German IFOR soldiers march during a farewell ceremony at the NATO Seget base near Split,...
A platoon of German IFOR soldiers march during a farewell ceremony at the NATO Seget base near Split.....
A platoon of German IFOR soldiers march during a farewell ceremony at the NATO Seget base near Split, January 24. All German troops will leave Croatia at the end of January and will be redeployed in Bosnia as a part of SFOR forces.
RTR186I
January 16, 1997
Two Italian SFOR soldiers walk on an improvised bridge which connects Moslem and Croat sides of the divided...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
ITALIAN SFOR SOLDIERS WALK ON AN IMPROVISED BRIDGE
Two Italian SFOR soldiers walk on an improvised bridge which connects Moslem and Croat sides of the divided Bosnian town of Mostar, January 15. Under the Dayton accords, Bosnia is a union of autonomous Moslem-Croat and Serb territories governed by a weak central government.

BOSNIA IFOR
BOSNIA
RTXGBX3
December 20, 1996
French Stabilisation Force (SFOR) soldiers stand guard by their tank December 20 during a military ceremony...
French Stabilisation Force (SFOR) soldiers stand guard by their tank December 20 during a military c.....
French Stabilisation Force (SFOR) soldiers stand guard by their tank December 20 during a military ceremony in Sarajevo. NATO commanders formaly launched a new multinational peacekeeping force in Bosnia. The new 35,000-strong Stabilisation Force, which will police the Dayton peace accord for 18 months, took over from the Implementation Force (IFOR).
BOSNIA
RTXGBWY
December 20, 1996
U.S. soldier Heidi Smith from Centre Ville, Virginia stands next to a U.S. flag December 20 during a...
U.S. soldier Heidi Smith from Centre Ville, Virginia stands next to a U.S. flag December 20 during a.....
U.S. soldier Heidi Smith from Centre Ville, Virginia stands next to a U.S. flag December 20 during a military ceremony in Sarajevo. NATO commanders formally launched a new multinational peacekeeping force in Bosnia. The new 35,000-strong Stabilisation Force (SFOR), which will police the Dayton peace accord for 18 months, took over from the Implementation Force (IFOR).
BOSNIA
RTXGBWX
December 20, 1996
A NATO soldier prepares the flag of the new 35,000-strong Stabilisation Force (SFOR), which will police...
A NATO soldier prepares the flag of the new 35,000-strong Stabilisation Force (SFOR), which will po.....
A NATO soldier prepares the flag of the new 35,000-strong Stabilisation Force (SFOR), which will police the Dayton peace accord for 18 months, taking over form the Implementation Force (IFOR), December 20 during a military ceremony in Sarajevo. NATO's supreme commander in Europe, General George-Joulwan said in a speech the new force would work to solidify the fragile peace.
BOSNIA
RTXGDUN
December 11, 1996
Two citizens pass by an Italian IFOR tank December 11, in Sarajevo's suburb of Grbavica. NATO foreign...
Two citizens pass by an Italian IFOR tank December 11, in Sarajevo's suburb of Grbavica. NATO foreig.....
Two citizens pass by an Italian IFOR tank December 11, in Sarajevo's suburb of Grbavica. NATO foreign ministers agreed, during their meeting in Brussels, to send a new peace force to Bosnia for 18 months from next January.
RTRZDN
December 11, 1996
Two citizens pass by an Italian IFOR tank December 11, in Sarajevo's suburb of Grbavica. NATO foreign...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
AN ELDERLY WOMAN PASSES BY AN ITALIAN TANK
Two citizens pass by an Italian IFOR tank December 11, in Sarajevo's suburb of Grbavica. NATO foreign ministers agreed, during their meeting in Brussels, to send a new peace force to Bosnia for 18 months from next January.

BOSNIA
BOSNIA
RTXGDEZ
December 05, 1996
A French IFOR soldier holds a swan December 5 as he prepars to release it in Sarajevo's suburb of Ilidza....
A French IFOR soldier holds a swan December 5 as he prepars to release it in Sarajevo's suburb of Il.....
A French IFOR soldier holds a swan December 5 as he prepars to release it in Sarajevo's suburb of Ilidza. Bernard-Stasi, mayor of the French town of Epernay, sent 5 swans as a gift to the Bosnian capital.
RTRXPZ
December 02, 1996
An American soldier checks an engine of the U.S. army helicopter December 2 at a NATO base site at the...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
AN AMERICAN IFOR SOLDIER CHECKS THE HELICOPTER
An American soldier checks an engine of the U.S. army helicopter December 2 at a NATO base site at the Dubrave airport near Tuzla. Leaders of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) meet in Lisbon to discuss issues ranging from Russia and NATO enlargement to peacekeeping in Bosnia.

BOSNIA
RTRXM8
December 02, 1996
German NATO soldiers play in the snow December 2 at an IFOR military base in Sarajevo. Leaders of the...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
IFOR SOLDIERS PLAY WITH THE SNOW
German NATO soldiers play in the snow December 2 at an IFOR military base in Sarajevo. Leaders of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) meet in Lisbon on Monday and Tuesday to discuss issues ranging from Russia and NATO enlargement to peacekeeping in Bosnia.

BOSNIA
BOSNIA
RTXGEL3
November 22, 1996
U.S. Army Private First Class Michael Nail (L) of Jacksboro, Texas, and Private Jason Hebert of Milwaukee...
U.S. Army Private First Class Michael Nail (L) of Jacksboro, Texas, and Private Jason Hebert of Milw.....
U.S. Army Private First Class Michael Nail (L) of Jacksboro, Texas, and Private Jason Hebert of Milwaukee destroy weapons confiscated from the Bosnian Army at Camp McGovern in northern Bosnia November 22. The weapons were among those confiscated by IFOR forces on November 14 after fighting broke out in the village of Gajevi, killing two and wounding a number of others.
BOSNIA
RTXGEKY
November 22, 1996
U.S. Army Private First Class Michael Nail (L) of Jacksboro, Texas, and Private Jason Hebert of Milwaukee...
U.S. Army Private First Class Michael Nail (L) of Jacksboro, Texas, and Private Jason Hebert of Milw.....
U.S. Army Private First Class Michael Nail (L) of Jacksboro, Texas, and Private Jason Hebert of Milwaukee destroy weapons confiscated from the Bosnian Army at Camp McGovern in northern Bosnia November 22. The weapons were among those confiscated by IFOR forces on November 14 after fighting broke out in the village of Gajevi, killing two and wounding a number of others.
BOSNIA
RTXGEKX
November 22, 1996
U.S. Army soldiers destroy weapons confiscated from the Bosnian Army at Camp McGovern in northern Bosnia...
U.S. Army soldiers destroy weapons confiscated from the Bosnian Army at Camp McGovern in northern Bo.....
U.S. Army soldiers destroy weapons confiscated from the Bosnian Army at Camp McGovern in northern Bosnia November 22. The weapons were among those confiscated by IFOR forces on November 14 after fighting broke out in the village of Gajevi, killing two and wounding a number of others.
BOSNIA
RTXGDZF
November 15, 1996
Russian IFOR soldiers stand behind a barricade November 14 in the Zone of Separation between Serb and...
Russian IFOR soldiers stand behind a barricade November 14 in the Zone of Separation between Serb an.....
Russian IFOR soldiers stand behind a barricade November 14 in the Zone of Separation between Serb and government controlled territory near the village of Gajevi, some 170km north-east from Sarajevo. Hundreds of Moslem refugees have been prevented from returning home by U.S. and Russian troops in northeastern Bosnia. International powers implementing the peace accord in Bosnia have suspended a refugee return process until a crisis caused by communal violence was resolved.
PERRY
RTXGDZB
November 15, 1996
Defense Secretary William Perry addresses a Pentagon press conference after President-Clinton announced...
Defense Secretary William Perry addresses a Pentagon press conference after President-Clinton announ.....
Defense Secretary William Perry addresses a Pentagon press conference after President-Clinton announced November 15 that the United States had agreed in principle to send 8,500 U.S. troops to Bosnia next year within a new 31,000-man peacekeeping force. " The (IFOR) operation was a success, but the patient is still in danger of dying," Perry told reporters of the need for what he called the new "stabilization force" in Bosnia.
BOSNIA
RTXGG62
November 14, 1996
American IFOR soldiers guard confiscated weapons at a U.S. military base, 75 km west of Tuzla November...
American IFOR soldiers guard confiscated weapons at a U.S. military base, 75 km west of Tuzla Novemb.....
American IFOR soldiers guard confiscated weapons at a U.S. military base, 75 km west of Tuzla November 14. U.S. troops confiscated hundreds of Kalashnikov assault rifles, machine guns and tonnes of ammunition from a Bosnian army headquarters on Thursday in enforcement of the Dayton peace agreement. The American peacekeepers also towed away two Bosnian armoured personnel carriers although Moslem civilians in the village of Celic temporarily tried to block the removal by forming a human barrier in the street
BOSNIA
RTXGG38
November 13, 1996
Russian soldiers stand behind concertina wire November 13 as Bosnian Moslem refugees protest in front...
Russian soldiers stand behind concertina wire November 13 as Bosnian Moslem refugees protest in fron.....
Russian soldiers stand behind concertina wire November 13 as Bosnian Moslem refugees protest in front of IFOR barricade placed in the Zone of Separation between Serb and goverment controlled territory near the village of Gajevi, some 170 km north-east from Sarajevo. Hundreds of Moslem refugees prevented from returning home by U.S. and Russian troops in northeastern Bosnia shouted insults and spat at a U.S. army officer. International powers implementing the peace accord in Bosnia have suspended a refugee return process until a crisis caused by communal violence was resolved.
BOSNIA
RTXGG34
November 13, 1996
Russian IFOR soldier stand behind a barricade November 13 in the Zone of Separation between Serb and...
Russian IFOR soldier stand behind a barricade November 13 in the Zone of Separation between Serb and.....
Russian IFOR soldier stand behind a barricade November 13 in the Zone of Separation between Serb and goverment controlled territory near the village of Gajevi, some 170 km north-east from Sarajevo. Hundreds of Moslem refugees prevented from returning home by U.S. and Russian troops in northeastern Bosnia shouted insults and spat at a U.S. army officer. International powers implementing the peace accord in Bosnia have suspended a refugee return process until the crisis caused by communal violence was resolved.
CROATIA
RTXGG2H
November 12, 1996
An IFOR helicopter, carrying peace envoy Thorvald Stoltenberg, Peter Galbraith, U.S. Ambassador to Croatia...
An IFOR helicopter, carrying peace envoy Thorvald Stoltenberg, Peter Galbraith, U.S. Ambassador to C.....
An IFOR helicopter, carrying peace envoy Thorvald Stoltenberg, Peter Galbraith, U.S. Ambassador to Croatia and Jacques Klain, Chief of the U.N. transitional administration for Eastern Slavonia to the border crossing Lipovac between Croatia and Yugoslavia, prepares to land November 12 near a sign warning of mine field. Officials and journalists gathered at a brief ceremony in the town of Erdut to mark the first anniversary of the signing of the U.S. - brokered peace agreement.
AUSTRIA
RTXGG1C
November 12, 1996
Austrian military commanders launched an inquiry into the conduct of their troops in Bosnia November...
Austrian military commanders launched an inquiry into the conduct of their troops in Bosnia November.....
Austrian military commanders launched an inquiry into the conduct of their troops in Bosnia November 12 following revelations that members of one platoon had worn racist and offensive tee-shirts. The tee-shirts, bearing the slogan: "IFOR. W*** go quiet when our strong arm dictates. Heavy Platoon," have sparked a political row in Austria, painfully aware of its Nazi past and sensitive of its image abroad. A caricature of far-right Freedom Party leader Joerg Haider flexing his muscles, a workman's hammer slung across his shoulder, was emblazoned across the vests.
BOSNIA
RTXGG17
November 12, 1996
IFOR soldiers stand at a checkpoint November 12 after they stopped a group of Bosnian Moslem refugees...
GAJEVI, Bosnia
IFOR soldiers stand at a checkpoint November 12 after they stopped a group of Bosnian Moslem refugee.....
IFOR soldiers stand at a checkpoint November 12 after they stopped a group of Bosnian Moslem refugees from entering the Zone of Separation between Serb and government controlled territory near the village of Gajevi, some 170 km north-east of Sarajevo. A Moslem was killed and two Serbs injured during fighting in the disputed village of Gajevi before NATO peacekeepers intervened.
BOSNIA
RTXGG14
November 12, 1996
Bosnian Moslem refugees climb the hill November 12 after they passed IFOR checkpoint and entered the...
GAJEVI, Bosnia
Bosnian Moslem refugees climb the hill November 12 after they passed IFOR checkpoint and entered the.....
Bosnian Moslem refugees climb the hill November 12 after they passed IFOR checkpoint and entered the Zone of Separation between Serb and government controlled territory near the village of Gajevi, some 170 km north-east of Sarajevo. A Moslem was killed and two Serbs injured during fighting in the disputed village of Gajevi before NATO peacekeepers intervened.
SOCCER
RTXGFJD
November 05, 1996
Gianfranco Zola (C), forward of the Italian national soccer team, smiles in the company of Italian IFOR...
Gianfranco Zola (C), forward of the Italian national soccer team, smiles in the company of Italian I.....
Gianfranco Zola (C), forward of the Italian national soccer team, smiles in the company of Italian IFOR soldiers at the Sarajevo airport, November 5. The Bosnian capital will host a friendly soccer match between Italy and Bosnia on November 6 at the Kosevo stadium, the first international soccer match to be held since the end of the war November 1995.
BOSNIA
RTXGF6Q
October 31, 1996
Charles E. Nalstead, 28, from Prenter, West Virginia, serving with NATO-led peace Implementation Forces...
Charles E. Nalstead, 28, from Prenter, West Virginia, serving with NATO-led peace Implementation For.....
Charles E. Nalstead, 28, from Prenter, West Virginia, serving with NATO-led peace Implementation Forces in Bosnia, checks a cyclist October 31 in front of the MacGovern IFOR base site some 180 km east from Sarajevo. IFOR, the acronym for the 60,000-member Implementation Force, is scheduled to leave Bosnia at the end of the year.
ROYALS
RTXGH8P
October 29, 1996
His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent (l) speaks with the Dalmatian district prefect Krunjo Peronja (r)...
His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent (l) speaks with the Dalmatian district prefect Krunjo Peronja (r.....
His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent (l) speaks with the Dalmatian district prefect Krunjo Peronja (r) during a coctail party in Split theatre, October 29. The Duke of Kent is on a two-day visit of Croatia and met with civilian authorities in Split and will also visit IFOR British troops in Divulje.
BOSNIA
RTXGGU3
October 24, 1996
A French IFOR soldier salutes during a farewell cermony for his killed colleague Jean Pierre Dumoulden...
A French IFOR soldier salutes during a farewell cermony for his killed colleague Jean Pierre Dumould.....
A French IFOR soldier salutes during a farewell cermony for his killed colleague Jean Pierre Dumoulden at an IFOR miliatary base, 10 km north of Sarejevo October 24. Forty-two-year-old Dumoulden who was serving with the NATO-led peace force in Bosnia was killed and two other soldiers injured on Tuesday in a road accident on a mountain pass near Sarajevo.
BOSNIA
RTXGGMI
October 22, 1996
An Italian IFOR soldier looks through his rifle from the roof of Sarajevo's Museum of Revolution, October...
An Italian IFOR soldier looks through his rifle from the roof of Sarajevo's Museum of Revolution, Oc.....
An Italian IFOR soldier looks through his rifle from the roof of Sarajevo's Museum of Revolution, October 22. He is protecting the main intersection and building of the State Museum where the session of the Bosnian Presidency is takeing place later today. The Organisation for Security and cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has decided to postpone local elections scheduled for late November due to lack of cooperation by the parties.
BOSNIA
RTXGGEG
October 19, 1996
British soldiers members of Lynx helicopter crew loaded their personal weapons with bullets in Glamoc...
British soldiers members of Lynx helicopter crew loaded their personal weapons with bullets in Glamo.....
British soldiers members of Lynx helicopter crew loaded their personal weapons with bullets in Glamoc field on October 19. British IFOR troops organized this military training to keep the conditions of their forces in Bosnia.
BOSNIA
RTXGGCP
October 18, 1996
American IFOR soldier Danny McMillon from North Carolina gives packages with food and clothing to Bosnian...
American IFOR soldier Danny McMillon from North Carolina gives packages with food and clothing to Bo.....
American IFOR soldier Danny McMillon from North Carolina gives packages with food and clothing to Bosnian Moslem refugee women in the village of Zivinice, some 100 km north-east from Sarajevo, October 18. Bosnians on Thursday welcomed news that NATO troops are likely to extend their peacekeeping mission to Bosnia after the current mandate expires in December.
BOSNIA
RTXGGCO
October 18, 1996
A Bosnian young girl helps American IFOR soldiers to deliver supplies to a refugee camp in the village...
A Bosnian young girl helps American IFOR soldiers to deliver supplies to a refugee camp in the villa.....
A Bosnian young girl helps American IFOR soldiers to deliver supplies to a refugee camp in the village of Zivinice some 100 km (62 miles) north-east from Sarajevo, October 18. Bosnians on Thursday welcomed news that NATO troops are likely to extend their peacekeeping mission to Bosnia after the current mandate expires in December.
RTRW7S
October 18, 1996
A Bosnian young girl helps American IFOR soldiers to deliver supplies to a refugee camp in the village...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
A YOUNG GIRL HELPS AMERICAN SOLDIERS TO DELIVER SUPPLIES
A Bosnian young girl helps American IFOR soldiers to deliver supplies to a refugee camp in the village of Zivinice some 100 km (62 miles) north-east from Sarajevo, October 18. Bosnians on Thursday welcomed news that NATO troops are likely to extend their peacekeeping mission to Bosnia after the current mandate expires in December.

BOSNIA REFUGEES
RTRW7G
October 18, 1996
American IFOR soldier Danny McMillon from North Carolina gives packages with food and clothing to Bosnian...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
AMERICAN SOLDIER GIVES PACKAGE TO BOSNIAN WOMAN
American IFOR soldier Danny McMillon from North Carolina gives packages with food and clothing to Bosnian Moslem refugee women in the village of Zivinice, some 100 km north-east from Sarajevo, October 18. Bosnians on Thursday welcomed news that NATO troops are likely to extend their peacekeeping mission to Bosnia after the current mandate expires in December.

BOSNIA REFUGEES
BOSNIA
RTXGI24
October 13, 1996
A group of IFOR soldiers walk in ruins in the old part of Sarajevo as they enjoy their day off October...
A group of IFOR soldiers walk in ruins in the old part of Sarajevo as they enjoy their day off Octob.....
A group of IFOR soldiers walk in ruins in the old part of Sarajevo as they enjoy their day off October 13. The Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), facing threats from the Bosnian Serbs to pull out of the municipal elections set for November 23 and 24, issued an urgent appeal, saying : "All sides must cool it".
RTRVM9
October 13, 1996
A group of IFOR soldiers walk in ruins in the old part of Sarajevo as they enjoy their day off October...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
IFOR SOLDIERS GO SIGHTSEEING IN SARAJEVO
A group of IFOR soldiers walk in ruins in the old part of Sarajevo as they enjoy their day off October 13. The Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), facing threats from the Bosnian Serbs to pull out of the municipal elections set for November 23 and 24, issued an urgent appeal, saying : "All sides must cool it". NATO is set to begin a rapid withdrawal of its 58,000 peacekeepers after the November polling date, with the drawdown expected to be complete in January.

BOSNIA
RTRTYD
October 10, 1996
An American IFOR soldier takes picture at Sarajevo's Kosevo cemetery, October 10. The first 250 U.S....
Bosnia and Herzegovina
U.S. SOLDIER TAKES PICTURE IN SARAJEVO
An American IFOR soldier takes picture at Sarajevo's Kosevo cemetery, October 10. The first 250 U.S. soldiers left Bosnia on Wednesday after almost a year on peacekeeping duty, signalling the start of large-scale withdrawal of American troops.

BOSNIA
ROYALS
RTXGHQP
October 08, 1996
Princess Anne, [daughter of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II], smiles during her visit to an IFOR base at...
Sarajevo, Bosnia
Princess Anne, [daughter of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II], smiles during her visit to an IFOR base a.....
Princess Anne, [daughter of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II], smiles during her visit to an IFOR base at Zetra, the former Sarajevo's Olympic Ice Stadium October 8. During her trip, the princess also meet Moslem and Croat member of Bosnian Presidency.
BOSNIA
RTXGJ6O
September 28, 1996
British IFOR veteran Capt. Gavin MacGregor-Skinner (L) and owner Milan Radovanovic hold a dog after treating...
British IFOR veteran Capt. Gavin MacGregor-Skinner (L) and owner Milan Radovanovic hold a dog after .....
British IFOR veteran Capt. Gavin MacGregor-Skinner (L) and owner Milan Radovanovic hold a dog after treating it in the northern Bosnian town of Banja Luka September 28. The dog named Lav (Lion) was shot after jumping over a fence into the neighbour's backyard. A lot of weapons are still left in Bosnia since the end of the 43 month war.
BOSNIA
RTXGIYO
September 25, 1996
An Italian IFOR soldier stands guard over confiscated rifles and mashine-guns while standing next to...
An Italian IFOR soldier stands guard over confiscated rifles and mashine-guns while standing next to.....
An Italian IFOR soldier stands guard over confiscated rifles and mashine-guns while standing next to a tank, September 25. The weapons had been confiscated by IFOR from Moslems in the village of Jisici in eastern Bosnia.
BOSNIA
RTXGIWC
September 24, 1996
A French IFOR soldier (R) monitors a group of Bosnia government army soldiers at the training camp near...
A French IFOR soldier (R) monitors a group of Bosnia government army soldiers at the training camp n.....
A French IFOR soldier (R) monitors a group of Bosnia government army soldiers at the training camp near the Moslem-held town of Pazaric, Septemer 24. Bosnian Serb authorities accused NATO and U.N. police on Wednesday of faililng to defuse tension over the Moslem re-occupation of a wrecked village on Serb territory, abandoned during the 43-month Bosnian war.
BOSNIA
RTXGIUH
September 24, 1996
US soldier Jack McSwain shows confiscated rifles and machine-guns at the IFOR press centre in Sarajevo,...
US soldier Jack McSwain shows confiscated rifles and machine-guns at the IFOR press centre in Saraje.....
US soldier Jack McSwain shows confiscated rifles and machine-guns at the IFOR press centre in Sarajevo, September 24. The weapons had been confiscated by IFOR personnel from a Moslems in the village of Jisici in eastern Bosnia.
RTRP0R
September 18, 1996
NATO Secretary General Javier Solana gestures during a press conference at NATO headquarters in Brussels...
Belgium
NATO SEC GENERAL SOLANA GESTURES DURING PRESS CONFERENCE
NATO Secretary General Javier Solana gestures during a press conference at NATO headquarters in Brussels September 18. Solana said that the one-year mandate for the 55,000 IFOR troops in Bosnia expire on December 24, and it had been expected that NATO would begin to reduce its presence following the national elections last Saturday.

NATO-BOSNIA
RTRMW7
September 15, 1996
Commander of the NATO IFOR operation in Bosnia Admiral Joseph Lopez speak to the media at the press conference...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
GENERAL WALKER AND ADMIRAL LOPEZ AT PRESSER
Commander of the NATO IFOR operation in Bosnia Admiral Joseph Lopez speak to the media at the press conference at the Holiday Inn hotel in Sarajevo as British General in charge of the IFOR ground troops Sir Michael Walker (L) looks on September 15. International mediators, relieved by a peaceful vote in Bosnia's first post-war general election, vowed to press on with national-building despite Moslem claims of political foul play by Serbs.

BOSNIA ELECTIONS
RTRMKN
September 14, 1996
The architect of the Dayton peace agreement Richard Holbrooke (L) talks with U.S. IFOR General William...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
RICHARD HOLBROOKE TALKS WITH GENERAL NASH
The architect of the Dayton peace agreement Richard Holbrooke (L) talks with U.S. IFOR General William Nash (R) and U.S. Congressman Stanley Hoyer from Maryland in an IFOR base in the eastern Bosnian town of Brcko September 14.

BOSNIA ELECTIONS
RTRM93
September 14, 1996
Moslem refugees queue up to vote at a polling station in the Serb held town of Doboj September 14, as...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
MOSLEM REFUGEES LINE UP TO VOTE AS IFOR TROOPS WATCH
Moslem refugees queue up to vote at a polling station in the Serb held town of Doboj September 14, as Swedish and Finnish IFOR troops watch. Bosnians go to the polls today in the first elections after four years of war.

BOSNIA ELECTIONS
RTRLR2
September 13, 1996
Admiral Joseph Lopez (R) commander of IFOR troops in Bosnia and Lt-General Sir Michael Walker (L) commander...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
LOPEZ AND WALKER HOLD A PRESS CONFERENCE
Admiral Joseph Lopez (R) commander of IFOR troops in Bosnia and Lt-General Sir Michael Walker (L) commander of ground troops of IFOR in the country, hold a press conference in Sarajevo September 13. Bosnia's first national post-war elections will take place on September 14.

BOSNIA ELECTIONS
RTRLPB
September 13, 1996
American IFOR soldiers offer the free newspaper "Peace Herald", printed by IFOR in both the Serbian cyrilic...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
IFOR SOLDIERS OFFER NEWSPAPERS IN NORTHERN BOSNIA
American IFOR soldiers offer the free newspaper "Peace Herald", printed by IFOR in both the Serbian cyrilic and latin script, in the centre of the northern Bosnian town of Brcko September 13. The first Bosnian postwar elections are held tomorrow.

BOSNIA ELECTIONS
BOSNIA
RTXGK42
September 12, 1996
An Italian IFOR tank passes through the centre of Sarajevo decorated with election posters September...
An Italian IFOR tank passes through the centre of Sarajevo decorated with election posters September.....
An Italian IFOR tank passes through the centre of Sarajevo decorated with election posters September 12. Against all odds, and just nine months after signing the Dayton peace agreement which ended Europe's worst war in half a century, Bosnia's Moslems, Croats and Serbs go to the polls on September 14.
RTRKV0
September 12, 1996
Two U.S. soldiers from the IFOR rapid reaction force stand by a speed limit post with the Serb national...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
U.S. SOLDIERS SECURE A VOTERS ROUTE IN BOSNIA
Two U.S. soldiers from the IFOR rapid reaction force stand by a speed limit post with the Serb national sign painted on it September 12, as they secure one of the 19 voters routes, that will ensure security for Moslem refugees travelling to cast their ballots. Bosnia's first post war elections are scheduled for September 14.

BOSNIA-ELECTIONS
BOSNIA
RTXGK3T
September 10, 1996
Ambassador Robert Frowick (C) head of the OSCE mission in Bosnia speaks to the media during opening of...
Ambassador Robert Frowick (C) head of the OSCE mission in Bosnia speaks to the media during opening .....
Ambassador Robert Frowick (C) head of the OSCE mission in Bosnia speaks to the media during opening of the OSCE press centre in Sarajevo September 10 as Commander of French IFOR troops in Sarajevo General Jean Heinric (L) and deputy head of the OSCE mission Sir Kennth Scott look on. Bosnia stumbles towards elections on Saturday still riven along ethnic lines, leaving a house of cards for Western peacemakers to transform somehow into a stable democracy.
BOSNIA
RTXGJQU
September 05, 1996
A group of IFOR officers passes in front of election poster of the former President of the "Republica...
A group of IFOR officers passes in front of election poster of the former President of the "Republic.....
A group of IFOR officers passes in front of election poster of the former President of the "Republica Srbska" Radovan Karadzic (C) in the Serb-held town of Rogatica, some 60 km east of Sarajevo, September 5. Bosnia's postwar elections will take place on September 14.
BOSNIA
RTXGLKY
August 31, 1996
Turkish IFOR soldier stand guard outside of the NATO headquarters in Sarajevo August 31. Bosnia's breakaway...
Turkish IFOR soldier stand guard outside of the NATO headquarters in Sarajevo August 31. Bosnia's br.....
Turkish IFOR soldier stand guard outside of the NATO headquarters in Sarajevo August 31. Bosnia's breakaway Croat mini-state was due to be dissolved on Saturday, a major step towards consolidating the fledgling Moslem-Croat federation and blocking nationalist dreams of ethnic partition of the country.
YUGOSLAVIA
RTXGLHC
August 23, 1996
IFOR soldiers clean up a demolition site in the eastern Bosnian village of Kosutica August 23 after NATO-led...
IFOR soldiers clean up a demolition site in the eastern Bosnian village of Kosutica August 23 after .....
IFOR soldiers clean up a demolition site in the eastern Bosnian village of Kosutica August 23 after NATO-led troops completed the destruction of about 400 tonnes of contraband Bosnian Serb ammunitions found in the neighbouring village of Margetici two weeks ago.
BOSNIA
RTXGLHM
August 21, 1996
IFOR soldiers prepare anti-tank mines for destruction near the village of Kosutica east of Sarajevo August...
IFOR soldiers prepare anti-tank mines for destruction near the village of Kosutica east of Sarajevo .....
IFOR soldiers prepare anti-tank mines for destruction near the village of Kosutica east of Sarajevo August 21. The transportation and destruction of the Bosnian Serb's munitions recently found illegally stored in a school in Margetici near Sokolac is expected to be finished in next two days.
BOSNIA
RTXGLHI
August 21, 1996
Italian IFOR soldiers control traffic in the area where NATO experts continue their destruction of Serb...
Italian IFOR soldiers control traffic in the area where NATO experts continue their destruction of S.....
Italian IFOR soldiers control traffic in the area where NATO experts continue their destruction of Serb ammunition near Margetici, east of Sarajevo August 21. The transportation and destruction of the Bosnian Serb's munitions recently found illegally stored in a school in Margetici near Sokolac is expected to be finished in the next two days.
BOSNIA
RTXGLHG
August 20, 1996
French IFOR soldiers load ammunition into a truck in the village of Margetici east of Sarajevo August...
French IFOR soldiers load ammunition into a truck in the village of Margetici east of Sarajevo Augus.....
French IFOR soldiers load ammunition into a truck in the village of Margetici east of Sarajevo August 20. The transportation and destruction of the Bosnain Serb's munitions found illegally stored in a school in Margetici near Sokolac is expected to take most of a week.
YUGOSLAVIA
RTXGLHD
August 20, 1996
Italian IFOR soldiers load a truck with ammunition taken from a large unauthorised Bosnian Serb ammunition...
Italian IFOR soldiers load a truck with ammunition taken from a large unauthorised Bosnian Serb ammu.....
Italian IFOR soldiers load a truck with ammunition taken from a large unauthorised Bosnian Serb ammunition dump in the village of Margetici, east of Sarajevo, August 19. NATO troops blew up the first batch of hundreds of tonnes of contraband munitions but a second planned detonation was delayed when Serbs expressed environmental concerns. The transportation and destruction of munitions found illegally stored in a school in Margetici near Sokolac on August is expected to take most of a week.
BOSNIA
RTXGLHA
August 20, 1996
IFOR soldiers pile up anti-tank mines over ammuniton boxes near the village of Kosutica east of Sarajevo...
IFOR soldiers pile up anti-tank mines over ammuniton boxes near the village of Kosutica east of Sara.....
IFOR soldiers pile up anti-tank mines over ammuniton boxes near the village of Kosutica east of Sarajevo August 20. The transportation and destruction of the Bosnian Serb's munitions recently found illegally stored in a school in Margetici near Sokolac is expected to take most of a week.
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