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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Abandoning by Moslem Bosnians of two towns under siege by the Serbs reported.
(State Department: John McWethy) Pressure on President Clinton's administration to get involved in the situation in Bosnia featured. [Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER - calls it a difficult foreign policy problem.] The plan for 10 self- governing provinces that has been put forth by negotiators Lord Owen and Cyrus Vance outlined; Bosnian Moslems noted hoping that Clinton will become drawn into the war on their side.
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Limitations placed on Serbian leader Radovan Karadzic while he is in the United States reported; scenes shown of him at the UN. [KARADZIC - says we are defending ourselves against the Moslems; explains his position on the Owen-Vance plan; says outside intervention would escalate the war; claims the Moslems, not the Serbs, destroyed the Sarajevo library.] The shelled library shown.
- Jennings, Peter;
- McWethy, John
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