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Bosnia’s Croatian and Muslim leaders signed an agreement in Dayton, Ohio, touted by U.S. negotiators as an important step towards a comprehensive peace treaty for the country. The pact outlines a federation between Croats and Muslims designed eventually to form one-half of a two-part state—the other to be run by Bosnian Serbs.
Alberta’s ethics commissioner, Bob Clark, cleared Premier Ralph Klein of conflict-of-interest allegations related to a Calgarybased computer software company in which Klein’s wife, Colleen, and several prominent Conservatives held an interest.
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