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Bosnia / Civil War / Gorazde / United States Bombing #153141

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 10, 1994
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Reports introduced.

(Sarajevo: Tony Birtley) Bombing by US/NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) planes of the Serbian forces surrounding Gorazde, Bosnia, featured; scenes shown from Serb television of the bodies of fighters. [UN spokesman Michael WILLIAMS - says the Bosnian Serb leadership was warned to cease shelling the town.] [Bosnian prime minister Haris SILAJDZIC - says the Serbs respond only to force.] The United Nations said warning more air strikes could follow unless the Serb ground forces comply.

(State Department: Barrie Dunsmore) The administration's Bosnian policy this week reviewed; statements from Secretary of Defense William Perry and Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman John Shalikashvili recounted. [President CLINTON - says we have acted upon a request.] [Thursday, National Security Adviser Anthony LAKE - says NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) power is not ruled out.] [Today, Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER - says air support is an option.] The likelihood that a cessation of hostilities agreement may now be carried out noted.

Reporter(s):
Birtley, Tony;
Dunsmore, Barrie;
Simpson, Carole
Duration:
00:05:00

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