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Bosnia / Peace Mission / Rome Meeting / Weapons Inspections #164764

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 17, 1996
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Emergency meeting of the leaders of Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia that was called by Assistant Secretary of State Richard Holbrooke reported; scenes shown from Rome.

(Han Pijesak: Linda Pattillo) Exclusive report on the Serbs' refusal to allow NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) to inspect a heavy weapons depot presented; scenes shown of US soldiers inspecting the Bosnian Serb arsenal in Han Pijesak, Bosnia. [US Army Colonel John BATISTE - tells the Serb soldiers he will go into the depot.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Army report confirming how American soldier sergeant Donald Dugan died noted.

Brown, Aaron;
Pattillo, Linda

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