30 June 2002 Military News
- U-N/ BOSNIA/ COURT VOA 30 July 2002-- The United States vetoed a resolution to renew the U-N peacekeeping mission in Bosnia, in a special Security Council meeting Sunday. But the U-N mission, which was to expire at midnight (New York Time), was extended for 72 hours, to give time to reach a compromise
- UN mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina extended for 3 days; US vetoes longer term United Nations 30 July 2002-- After the United States had vetoed a move to extend the United Nations Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina (UNMIBH) until the end of this year, the Security Council this evening approved a three-day extension of the Mission's mandate, which was due to expire at midnight on 30 June.
- U-S / MIDEAST VOA 30 July 2002-- Top Bush administration officials say the U-S is not dealing with Yasser Arafat now and probably will not in the future
- ISRAEL/PALESTINIANS VOA 30 July 2002-- Israeli forces continued their military operations across the West Bank Sunday, including a raid on a refugee camp near Ramallah. The raid came as Israel also announced it planned to dismantle what it described as 10 illegal Jewish outposts in the territory
Defense Policy / Programs
- BUSH TERROR VOA 30 July 2002-- Senior Bush administration officials are urging Americans to remain vigilant during the upcoming Independence Day holiday
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