8 March 1993 As soon as it became clear that the Hercules transport planes would be flying at a safe altitude, and without fighter escort, Clinton's plan for airdropping aid in food and medicine to besieged Moslems in eastern Bosnia, suddenly lost in importance. The applause and catcalls directed at the new U.S. Administration were […]

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