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bosnet-digest V5 #56

From: Nermin Zukic <n6zukic@SMS.BUSINESS.UWO.CA>

Bosnia-Herzegovina News Directory


CONTENTS

  • [01] ACSB Hotline: Criminals Apprehended; Bildt's Authority

  • [02] Bosnian RTV Satellite Broadcasts


  • [01] ACSB Hotline: Criminals Apprehended; Bildt's Authority

    This is the American Committee to Save Bosnia's Bosnia Hotline, updated Tuesday, February 6, at 8:00 P.M.

    HERE ARE THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS ON THE DIPLOMATIC FRONT AND ON THE GROUND IN THE BALKANS:

    The Bosnian government has, over the past few days, arrested eight high-ranking Bosnian Serb officers, including a prominent general and a colonel. Many of the individuals had strayed from their planned routes through government-held Sarajevo. All eight are suspected war criminals, and the government announced that it will turn their files over to the U.N. War Crimes Tribunal for investigation.

    IFOR has begun to increase patrols through Serb-held sections of Sarajevo. Carl Bildt, charged with coordinating implementation of civilian provisions of the Dayton Accords, allowed Bosnian Serb police to remain in the sections past last Saturday's deadline for withdrawal, arguably overreaching his authority. The Bosnian Serb police have since imposed a strict curfew over the areas. IFOR, which in the past has refused to intervene against Bosnian Serb police's abuses of non-Serb civilians, as well as prominent western officials like U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Richard Holbrooke, have dismissed Bosnian government protests and concerns over the ultimate intentions of the Bosnian Serb police. The police are expected to remain at least until March 19, after which Bosnian Army forces are to be allowed to enter the areas. The Bosnian Serb leadership, however, has stated it wishes the police to remain at least until Bosnian elections, which should take place sometime between June and September.

    The ACSB Bosnia Hotline is updated at least every Tuesday and Thursday.

    You can reach the ACSB Bosnia Hotline at (202-319-7189) or at our site on the World Wide Web at http://users.aol.com/amcomsabos/home.html.


    Opinions expressed/published on BosNews/BosNet-B do NOT necessarily always reflect the views of (all of the members of) Editorial Board, and/or moderators, nor any of their host institutions.

    Murat Erkocevic <ErkocevicM@aol.com>

    Dzevat Omeragic <Dzevat@ee.mcgill.ca>

    Davor Wagner <DWagner@mailbox.syr.edu>

    Nermin Zukic <N6Zukic@sms.business.uwo.ca>


    [02] Bosnian RTV Satellite Broadcasts

    Contributed by: Frank Tiggelaar <frankti@euronet.nl>

    >>>> Bosnian TV News' Audio will soon be available on the Internet <<<<<

    Bosnian Televison is currently testing on Eutelsat II-F3; regular programming will start soon. For those of you within Eutelsat's foot-print, here are the data for your receivers :

    Eutelsat II-F3, 16 degrees East, frequency 11.080 GHz, horizontal polarisation, sound carrier at 7.02 MHz.

    Test transmissions now take place between 22:00 and 01:00 CET (=GMT+1). The test picture is accompanied by Radio Bosne i Herzegovine's audio.

    Work is under way at the Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina Information Pages Europe to bring a digitized daily news-bulletin from the station out on the Net. Expect us to be testing from this weekend and to start relaying the news on a regular basis from February 19 th. On this date all audio news files from our site will be in RealAudio format. Please check the message on how to play RealAudio at URL : http://www.xs4all/nl/~frankti/tv.html. There is also a link on this page to Progressive Network's Site where you can download the RealAudio Player for Win3.*, Win32/95/NT, Mac OS and Unix (it's free).

    If the BiH News causes too much data-traffic to fit in the quota we have at xs4all, we shall mirror the file on one of our US providers' systems. Should this be necessary, we shall announce the mirror's URL on the page in Amsterdam.

    Damir Tomicic Frank Tiggelaar

    Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina Information Pages Europa


    Opinions expressed/published on BosNews/BosNet-B do NOT necessarily always reflect the views of (all of the members of) Editorial Board, and/or moderators, nor any of their host institutions.

    Murat Erkocevic <ErkocevicM@aol.com>

    Dzevat Omeragic <Dzevat@ee.mcgill.ca>

    Davor Wagner <DWagner@mailbox.syr.edu>

    Nermin Zukic <N6Zukic@sms.business.uwo.ca>


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