ABC Evening News for Monday, Aug 01, 1994
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) President Clinton's administration reported dismissing a proclamation from Haiti's military leaders stating that Haiti is under a state of siege.
(Port-au-Prince: Ron Claiborne) The response in Haiti to the UN resolution calling for the use of force to oust the military rulers featured. [Haitian provisional President Emile JONASSAINT - (thru translator) addresses the people.] [Haitian senate legal adviser Mireille BERTIN, United States ambassador to Haiti William SWING; two HAITIANS (thru translator) - comment on the government's message.]
(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Haitian leader Raoul Cedras reported asking Representative Bill Richardson to meet with him again.
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