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Bosnia / Civil War / Croatia / Krajina #161288

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 31, 1995
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Concern that the war in Bosnia will expand to include Croatia; map shown of the Krajina area.

(Sarajevo: Ron Allen) The Croatian military advance on Serb- controlled Knin, Krajina, featured; scenes shown. [Voice of UN military spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Andrew LESLIE - describes the mood there.] [UN spokesman Alexander IVANKO - says there may be a Croatian offense against Krajina.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Coalition of human rights, humanitarian and religious organizations said stating Western powers must forcefully stop the genocide in Bosnia.

Allen, Ron;
Jennings, Peter

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