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September 8, 1996
Web posted at: 11:50 p.m. EDT (0350 GMT)
EU delays retaliation for Helms-Burton
TRALEE, Ireland (CNN) -- The European Union will wait until after the U.S. presidential election to retaliate against an American law that punishes countries trading with Cuba.
The EU believes that President Clinton backed Helms-Burton to win the votes of Cuban-Americans. After the elections, they surmise, the retaliatory measures will not be necessary because no action will be taken against EU nations.
At the weekend meeting near this west Irish resort, EU foreign ministers again unanimously denounced the law that allows Americans to sue foreign companies using property in Cuba that was seized from American owners after the 1959 Cuban revolution.
Ukrainian soldier killed in Bosnia
SARAJEVO (CNN) -- A Ukrainian soldier was shot and killed Sunday while investigating reports of an intruder at a Sarajevo warehouse storing materials for the upcoming elections, a spokesman for the NATO-led Peace Implementation Force said.
Accompanied by two other Ukrainian soldiers, the soldier was guarding a warehouse for voting materials belonging to the Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe, which is organizing the elections scheduled for Bosnia next week.
No other information about the intruder was available.
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