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  3. US fires on Serb radar

    WASHINGTON, Saturday: As President Bill Clinton warned of a wider war in the Balkans, a United States warplane fired on a ...

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  4. Remembering the day of hell on earth

    Fifty years ago today, on a hot and steamy morning in this sprawling, nondescript industrial city, hell appeared on earth, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Croats capture 12 UN posts

    ZAGREB, Saturday: Croatian government forces, at war to retake a rebel Serb enclave, captured 12 United Nations observation posts, surrounded ...

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  6. Japanese PM tipped to apologise

    The Japanese Prime Minister, Tomiichi Murayama, is likely to offer Japan's war-time enemies an unconditional apology for Japanese actions before and ...

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  7. Packer plan dealt a blow

    JOHANNESBURG, Saturday: Kerry Packer's plans for a rebel World Rugby Corporation seemed to be crumbling yesterday as ...

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  8. France is bluffing, says Evans

    PARIS, Saturday: The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Gareth Evans, said today that retaliatory measures announced by France in the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. Circulation of Sunday edition up

    Your Sunday Canberra Times is getting more and more readers, with circulation running at an average 38,871 in the first six ...

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