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Bosnia / Civil War / Sarajevo / United Nations Peacekeepers #160090

ABC Evening News for Sunday, May 28, 1995
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(Studio: John Cochran) Report introduced.

(Sarajevo: Tony Birtley) The continued defiance of the international community by Bosnian Serbs, who took more UN peacekeepers captive, featured; scenes shown of the United Nations men held hostage and from Tuzla, Bosnia, again shelled by Serbs. [UN protection force Lieutenant Colonel Gary COWARD, United Nations spokesman Alexander IVANKO - demand the hostages' release.] The overall tense situation reviewed.

(Studio: John Cochran) President Clinton's administration said sending a Marine amphibious unit to the Adriatic Sea as a show of force reported.

(London: Garrick Utley) Consideration by the European nations of the use of pressure on the government of Serbia to, in turn, pressure the Bosnian Serbs to liberate the United Nations hostages noted. France's support of the use of a quick-strike team in lieu of further NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) air raids explained.

Birtley, Tony;
Cochran, John;
Utley, Garrick

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