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Bosnia / Civil War / Diplomacy / Stewart #148069

ABC Evening News for Sunday, May 09, 1993
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Tuzla: Jim Laurie) Outbreak of new fighting between Croatians and Moslems in Mostar, Bosnia, at the time of the cease-fire between Serbs and Moslems featured; scenes shown; ham radio reports of shelling in the east mentioned. [UN General Philippe MORILLON - hopes for peace.] Report from the United Nations on casualties in Zepa, Bosnia, given.

(Studio: Carole Simpson) Statement from Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic about the rejection of the last UN-brokered peace plan by the Serb parliament reported.

(Pentagon: Bob Zelnick) The lack of a unified position on the part of the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) allies examined; White House photograph shown of yesterday's cabinet meeting in which Secretary of State Warren Christopher reported to President Clinton on his trip to Europe. [Former NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) commander retired General John GALVIN - explains why Moslems need arms.] [European Community peace negotiator Lord David OWEN - suggests United States put United Nations troops in the safe areas.] Support in Congress for the use of force noted. [On "This Week with David Brinkley", Senator Joseph LIEBERMAN - comments.]

(Studio: Carole Simpson) Coverage of the Bosnian war on tonight's "DayOne" introduced.

(No location given: Sheila MacVicar) The Bosnian civil war as seen by British United Nations peacekeeper Colonel Bob Stewart featured; scenes shown of bombed-out villages. [STEWART - describes the total devastation.]

Reporter(s):
Laurie, Jim;
MacVicar, Sheila;
Simpson, Carole;
Zelnick, Bob
Duration:
00:06:20

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