Balkan Update

May 25, 1994

Bosnian Serbs apparently fired on a bus being escorted by U.N. peacekeepers, killing a woman and wounding another passenger in the second violation of SARAJEVO's truce in two days. U.N. officials announced earlier in the day that two Serb tanks trespassed in the NATO-imposed heavy weapons exclusion zone and shelled troops of Bosnia's Muslim-led government.

A plan to rebuild Sarajevo was presented to potential donor countries at a conference in VIENNA, Austria. The city seeks $532 million to restore essential services.

New Zealand said it was sending 250 soldiers to serve as U.N. peacekeepers.

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