ABC Evening News for Monday, May 10, 1993
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(State Department: John McWethy) Apparent changes in President Clinton's policy on the war in Bosnia examined. [On Friday, CLINTON - says we have to take stronger steps.] [State Department spokesman Richard BOUCHER - says the United States will wait for the Serb referendum.] This weekend's report from Secretary of State Warren Christopher that the British, French and Russians all want to delay actions against the Bosnian Serbs noted. [CHRISTOPHER - comments.] Clinton said seeming not to want to take bold action until the Europeans are ready to follow.
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report from the United Nations on the "humanitarian disaster" in Zepa, Bosnia, noted; scenes shown from Mostar, Bosnia, where Croats have been shelling the Moslems.
(In northern Bosnia: Jim Laurie) The military predicament for the Bosnian Moslems, who have faced a shortage of arms made worse by the embargo, featured; weapons scenes shown. [Ashem BEGIC - shows mortar shell he has designed.] [Muslim forces Major Zlatan BASIC - (thru translator) says we are outarmed.] [Bosnian MOSLEM - states the army's aims.]