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Bosnia / Civil War / Gorazde / United States Policy #153252

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 16, 1994
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(Studio: Renee Poussaint) Report introduced.

(Sarajevo: Tony Birtley) Downing of a British NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) jet by the Serbian forces that are about to overrun the Moslem enclave of Gorazde, Bosnia, featured; scenes of the city; map shown. [UN spokesman Major Rob ANNINK - gives the ultimatum.] [UN spokesman Kris JANOWSKI - says the town feels abandoned.] The inability of the UN/NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) forces to deter Serb aggression reiterated.

(Studio: Renee Poussaint) Report introduced.

(White House: Michele Norris) President Clinton's administration's strategy for dealing with the entire Bosnian conflict examined; scenes shown of protesters outside the White House. [Bosnian vice president Ejup GANIC, Representative Frank McCLOSKEY - say the Serbs need to be hit hard to maintain Western credibility.] [Former United Nations ambassador Jeane KIRKPATRICK - says the arms embargo should be lifted.]

Birtley, Tony;
Norris, Michele;
Poussaint, Renee

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