Fighting in Mostar was heavy throughout the day. By midday the Croats had counted eight dead Croat soldiers, 15 wounded civilians and 61 wounded soldiers, a Croat forces spokesman said. There was no word on Muslim casualties. By the evening a cease-fire was signed.
The first Muslim refugees, many of them wounded, flew out of the besieged eastern enclave of Zepa yesterday and recounted the horror of a year of non-stop Serbian shelling, isolation and starvation. One official from Zepa said 640 people had died before UN troops entered the village this week. Several people reportedly starved to death.Reuse content