The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on September 18, 1991 · Page 6
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 6

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Wednesday, September 18, 1991
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A-6World THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Wednesday, September 18, 1991 K U.S.: Israel must stop building Countries welcomed into U.N. TV w4 vised address, "If that is what it takes, because it is their tax dollars that would be supporting settlement activity, which we used to characterize as illegal and which we now moderately characterize as an obstacle to peace." If the Bush administration sticks to its position, it would mark the first time that any U.S. government has attempted to use its economic leverage over Israel to get it to halt the building of settlements in the occupied territories. THE NEW YORK TIMES CAIRO, Egypt Israel and the United States failed Tuesday to compromise on the loan guarantee issue, and within hours after the talks ended, the Bush administration signaled that it would refuse to provide the help unless Israel agreed to a freeze on settlements in the occupied territories. The United States is being pressed by Israel and its supporters to come through with a $10 billion, five-year loan guarantee to aid Soviet immigrants. But the Bush administration fears that if the loan is granted without an accord on freezing settlements, it might lead to large-scale settlement, making it much more difficult to work out an Arab-Israeli peace accord. Reporters traveling with Secretary of State James Baker were told he would suggest President Bush go to the American people with a nationwide campaign, including a possible Oval Office tele VfUw minrir WITH SPA Shells hit Zagreb after cease-fire signed ZS- riiUUC PBSCRASE :m! m-m-4M . THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED NATIONS The General Assembly convened its 46th session Tuesday, welcoming three new Baltic states and two new Koreas as members. The assembly picked Saudi Arabia's Palestinian-born envoy as its president. Accepted into the family of nations were the three newly independent Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, as well as North and South Korea, the Marshall Islands and Micronesia. With their membership, the world body's size increased to 166 members. The assembly elected the Saudi U.N. envoy, Samir Shihabi, 66, as its president. The post is largely ceremonial, but the president can arrange the agenda and schedule or postpone debates, sometimes defusing acrimonious issues. LOWEST PRICES 5 n' y EVER! L0TSA SPAS TO CHOOSE FROM FOR EXAMPLE: Your e CMc 0 OR O wounded in the fighting, and two schools, a textile factory, a private home and an apartment block were damaged. Jets also attacked the town of Gospic, south of Zagreb near the Adriatic coast, Croatian officials said, and news reports said other towns were under attack. It was by far the worst violence to hit Zagreb in the 2Vz months of fighting that has left more than 450 dead in Croatia, including 34 killed Tuesday. 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