August 21, 1995

CROATIA’S VICTORY 1819
WORLD

CROATIA’S VICTORY

"Pay attention ladies and gentlemen, and you will see with your own eyes that our army left the Serb areas untouched.” Dubravka Maric, a Croatian government spokeswoman, makes the promise as a busload of foreign journalists crosses Krajina’s mountain passes in an air-conditioned tourist coach laid on for the occasion.
UNDER SUSPICION 4041
COVER

UNDER SUSPICION

John Davies is a hero to some adoptive parents, a baby-selling profiteer to many governments
BRINGING HOME BABY 3435
COVER

BRINGING HOME BABY

Frustrated with lengthy waiting lists at home, Canadians— both married and single—are combing the globe for needy children to adopt
Capitalist ways 2223
WORLD

Capitalist ways

Cubans dabble in free-enterprise markets
SHORT SLEEVES AND PROMISES 1011
CANADA

SHORT SLEEVES AND PROMISES

Ottawa’s Liberals coast towards autumn
OPEN WINDOWS 4647
Backpack

OPEN WINDOWS

Microsoft sets the pace in the software wars
A DYNAMIC DUO 2526
BUSINESS

A DYNAMIC DUO

Wendy’s puts the bite on Tim Hortons
Bailey’s triumph— in 9.97 seconds 4445
SPORTS

Bailey’s triumph— in 9.97 seconds

A Canadian runner becomes the world’s fastest
Fakery and fashion 5657
FILMS

Fakery and fashion

Two features fail to convince, while a documentary delivers the goods
Women at work: room to improve 2728
BUSINESS

Women at work: room to improve

A new study shows the continuing gender gap
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