US Senate votes for end of Bosnian arms embargo

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The Independent Online
WASHINGTON - The Senate voted 50-49 yesterday to order President Clinton to seek international agreement on ending the United Nations-mandated arms embargo against the Bosnian Muslims, Reuters reports. The Senate immediately began to vote on a second proposal that would require the President to lift the US arms embargo even without such agreement. The House of Representatives would have to act before either plan could go to the President, who could veto any plan he did not like.