East Mostar-ABC News, August 1993
West Mostar-ITV News, August 1993
Briton rescues five Mostar children: Aid worker braves sniper fire and UN obstruction to cross siege lines and take victims to safety from makeshift hospital
The Independent, 28th August 1993 (Front page)
By Emma Daly
FIVE seriously injured children were rescued from the besieged Muslim sector of Mostar yesterday by Sally Becker, a Briton who has spent the past six weeks in the area as an 'independent' aid worker. Two ambulances - one driven by Ms Becker - ferried the children across the front line to Medjugorje, where UN helicopters were waiting to fly the patients out of Bosnia to Split, on the Croatian coast. Read full story...
Briton clears path through fog of Bosnia's war
The Times, 28th August 1993 (Front page)
By Richard Beeston (Overseas News)
THE old, borrowed London ambulance looked out of place and vulnerable as Sally Becker steered it uncertainly across what had once been Mostar's airport runway but today is one of the city's most notorious frontlines. As any veteran of Bosnia's civil war will confirm, snipers rarely respect the neutrality of civilian casualties, but this time out of good luck and careful diplomacy the guns did fall silent long enough to allow the slow-moving convoy of two ambulances and four Jeeps, carrying journalists, across the no man's land. Read full story...
Sally Becker outflanks UN to fly out Croat casualties; Bosnia
The Times, 23rd February 1994
By Anthony Lloyd (Overseas News)