Balkan Update

November 25, 1993

U.N. convoys arrived in ZENICA, TRAVNIK, TUZLA, ZEPCE and SREBRENICA, the first delivery of food supplies in a month. A convoy for GORADZE continued to be blocked.

State-run Bosnian radio quoted the government commander in TUZLA as saying his soldiers had placed explosives in a dam near Serb villages in a bid to halt Serb artillery fire in the area. But the report said the bombardment continued and that two mainly Serb villages in the path of possible flooding were evacuated.

Hundreds of thousands of ethnic Albanians have left Serbia's Kosovo province to escape persecution, unemployment or the military draft, human rights activists said.

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