Against a wall marked by shellfire, workers in Sarajevo build a cross Tuesday to prepare for the visit of Pope John Paul II, who called off the trip out of concern for residents' safety. The pontiff was scheduled to visit the Bosnian capital Thursday but delayed a final decision on the trip until the last minute to determine security conditions. The Vatican said the pope had insisted that there be "sufficient guarantees for the safety of the population" but that "so far there aren't such guarantees."
CAPTION ONLY: POPE CANCELS VISIT TO SARAJEVO
By Deseret News