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KL Sets Terms

KUALA LUMPUR, (AP) - Malaysia won't send troops to help U.N. forces in Bosnia-Herzegovina

unless those forces stay and provide adequate air cover and supply lines, Prime Minister

Mahathir Mohamad said Aug. 3.

"We do not want to send our troops there to be slaughtered," the national

news agency Bernama quoted Mahathir as telling reporters in Bandar Seri Gegawan,

Brunei's capital.

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