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Bosnia / Civil War / Peace / French Pilots / Sarajevo #157799

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 12, 1995
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Tuzla: John McWethy) Release by the Bosnian Serbs of the two French pilots, who had been shot down over Bosnia last August, and the continued buildup of the United States advance forces featured; scenes shown of the Frenchmen; details given of the reluctance of General Ratko Mladic to free them. [US Army Lieutenant Colonel Sid KOOYMAN - talks about the schedule.] The question of how much control any one will have over Serb soldiers manning guns overlooking Tuzla, Bosnia, noted. [US peacekeeper S/Major HARRIES, International Rescue Committee Mark BARTOLINI - downplays any threat.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(In the Serb-held suburbs: Sheila MacVicar) Referendum in the Serb-held suburbs of Sarajevo on the question of living under Bosnian government rule featured; scenes shown of balloting. [Four SERBS (two thru translator) - comment on the situation in Sarajevo.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) The problem in Bosnia with millions of mines noted.

Jennings, Peter;
MacVicar, Sheila;
McWethy, John

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