BELGRADE, Yugoslavia - New President Vojislav Kostunica wants to solidify his control of the armed forces by replacing the current army chief with a former general sacked by ousted President Slobodan Milosevic, a top aide said Wednesday.
...nuclear bombs -- was spirited out of Belgrade's Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences before daybreak with an escort of Yugoslav army helicopters and 1,200 heavily armed troops. With U.S. officials looking on, the uranium was loaded onto a plane...
...immediately to keep the guerrillas out of the buffer zone, which they have used to stage attacks on Serbian police and Yugoslav army troops. Serbia is the larger of the two republics that make up Yugoslavia.
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