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Bosnia / Civil War / Gorazde / United States Bombing / Policy / French Hostages #153158

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 11, 1994
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Reports introduced.

(Sarajevo: Tony Birtley) Second day of US/UN/NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) warplane bombings of Serb positions that had been shelling the Moslem town of Gorazde, Bosnia, featured; map shown; translation of radio report on the shelling provided. [US special envoy Charles REDMAN, Bosnian prime minister Haris SILAJDZIC - comment.] Demonstration in Sarajevo by refugees from the Gorazde area shown.

(State Department: John McWethy) The issue of what the American air strikes in Gorazde means for the rest of Bosnia examined. [President CLINTON - says the United Nations wants the Serbs to stop shelling and resume negotiations.] [Joint Chiefs of Staff intelligence director Rear Admiral Michael CRAMER, Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER - talk about the air strikes.] Complaint from Russian President Boris Yeltsin that he was not told about the air strikes ahead of time noted.

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Bosnian Serbs reported arresting 11 French relief workers accused of smuggling arms to the Bosnian government.

Birtley, Tony;
Jennings, Peter;
McWethy, John

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