Trouble is heating up again in Bosnia-Herzegovina, where the seizure of a bank suspected of funding a Croat breakaway movement has been met with attacks on international groups enforcing the Dayton Peace Accords. Some 8,000 Croat members of the joint army have abandoned their barracks and are fomenting for secession. Trouble has erupted in Mostar, Tomislavgrad, Posusje, Medjugorje, Grude, Siroki Brijeg and Livno. Travel to Herzegovina should be deferred at this time. Travel in central and northern Bosnia should be undertaken with caution, especially in the Posavina Corridor, Travnik, Jaijce, Vitez and Kiseljak.