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New Briefs: KL offers troops

KUALA LUMPUR (AP) - The defense ministry is prepared to send Malaysian troops to

Bosnia-Herzegovina if the United Nations asks and the cabinet approves, Defense Minister

Najib Aboul Razak said May 20. Najib said he regretted the U.N.'s delay in deciding

on the use of military force to stop the fighting in Bosnia.

"The delay will lead to Serbs killing more Muslims," he said.

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