Preliminary results in BELGRADE showed that Serbs handed President Slobodan Milosevic's party a victory in weekend parliamentary elections.

Leaders of Bosnia-Herzegovina's three warring sides resume peace talks in GENEVA today, but Bosnian government leaders played down hope of a breakthrough on ethnic division of the country.

Croatian and Bosnian ministers planned to hold talks yesterday to decide the fate of a large Croat aid convoy halted in central Bosnia after thousands of bomb-making devices were discovered in a truck.

United Nations officials in SARAJEVO reported that a Belgian U.N. soldier was killed Sunday by sniper fire.

He was the 28th U.N. soldier killed this year in former Yugoslavia, and the 66th since the mission began in spring 1992.

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