Belgrade - Serbs from the Croatian region of Krajina have voted for unification with Bosnian Serbs, a move which spells trouble for both embattled rebel factions. The assembly of the self-declared Republic of Serb Krajina, which has been meeting for three days in the eastern Slavonian town of Borovo Selo, "decided unanimously to start implementing unification with the [Bosnian] Serb Republic", Krajina's "Foreign Minister" Milan Babic said. The assembly will call a joint session of the Croatian and Bosnian Serb parliaments by the end of this month to for
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Krajina Serbs back unification