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Bosnia / Civil War / Peace / Clinton / Bosnia Serbs #157556

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 26, 1995
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) President Clinton's preparations for Monday night's speech to the nation explaining why United States troops will be needed to enforce the peace in Bosnia previewed.

(Sarajevo: Ron Allen) The opposition of Bosnian Serbs and their leader Radovan Karadzic to parts of the Dayton peace accords examined. [On "Breakfast with David Frost", KARADZIC - promises bloodshed if a "new Beirut" remains in effect for Sarajevo; adds that only he can sign the final peace treaty.] [Bosnian government spokesman Mirza HAJRIC - comments.]

(Studio: Carole Simpson) The raising of doubt by members of Congress about sending United States troops to Bosnia noted. [Senators Bob KERREY, Phil GRAMM, John McCAIN - question the agreement to send American troops.]

(New York: Deborah Amos) The view of the public on a United States peace mission in Bosnia presented. [Outside Detroit, MAN; in Papillion, Nebraska two MEN: in Washington, DC, MAN; along New Jersey turnpike, soldier Steve SPODERA, Cindy BAKER; in Atlanta, MAN - offer views.]

Allen, Ron;
Amos, Deborah;
Simpson, Carole

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