NATO forces report they
discovered a large amount of weapons and ammunition in Mostar,
including grenade launchers and up to 6,000 mortar shells.
The site, in a Muslim-controlled portion of the now-divided
city, was believed to have been a weapons storage area
during the war, BBC said.
"Sfor spokesman Lieutenant-Colonel Nicolas Rambaud said that
if the cache, which totalled some 75 tonnes of ordnance,
were to explode it would spread devastation over a wide area, with a
crater some 100 metres across," the Telegraph newspaper of London
Another large amount of weapons was uncovered several weeks
earlier in Mostar, when a new owner moved into a textile