The Canadian Press

1994-11-23 | Peacekeepers-held-Rose

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Fifty-five Canadian peacekeepers in the former Yugoslavia once again become "hostages." They were among more than 250 UN peacekeepers from France, Britain and the Netherlands whose movements were restricted by the Bosnian Serb Army. The action came just hours after the second NATO air raid in a week on Bosnian Serb positions. Sir Michael Rose, the UN Commander in the former Yugoslavia, said the peacekeepers were being used as "hostages" against further NATO air strikes.

Date: 1994-11-23
Placeline: Sarajevo
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 21 seconds

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