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Yugoslavia / Turkey Protest, Sarajevo Shelling / Russia and The Serbs #145975

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 13, 1993
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Protest in Istanbul, Turkey, condemming Serbian aggression against Bosnian Moslems shown. Suspension of United Nations relief flights due to shelling at the airport in Sarajevo reported; scenes shown.

(Moscow: David Ensor) Visit by United States special envoy to Bosnia Reginald Bartholomew to Russia to seek support for a Bosnian peace plan featured; scenes shown. [BARTHOLOMEW - comments on his talks with Russians.] Importance of Russia's role in dealing with the problems in Yugoslavia, especially since Russian President Boris Yeltsin is under pressure to support fellow slavs in Serbia, detailed.

Ensor, David;
Simpson, Carole

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