Balkan Update

November 11, 1993

New mortar attacks on SARAJEVO killed eight people, including three children, and wounded about 25, Bosnian radio said. About half of the wounded were children. The attacks came 24 hours after nine people, including four children and their teacher, were killed by shelling.

With no prospect of peace in the former Yugoslavia, President Bill Clinton said that the United States would keep trying to get relief to the estimated 4 million people at risk.

An influential Croatian newspaper accused fellow Croats in Bosnia of possibly being responsible for the destruction of an ancient footbridge in MOSTAR, an architectural treasure that finally succumbed to war Tuesday.

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