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Bosnia / Peace Mission / American Casualty / Reunifying Sarajevo #164987

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 03, 1996
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Tuzla: John McWethy) The death of the first American soldier in Bosnia from a land mine in Gradacac featured; scenes shown of mine-clearing operations. [Task Force Eagle spokesman Colonel Robert GAYLORD - makes the announcement.] [President CLINTON - makes statement.] [Allied forces commander Admiral Leighton SMITH - calls it "mine pollution."]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Wounding of two British soldiers from sniper fire in Sarajevo reported.

(Sarajevo: Sheila MacVicar) The reunification of the city of Sarajevo as per the peace agreement featured; scenes shown of families reuniting as the Bridge of Brotherhood and Unity reopened. [In Sarajevo, Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER - says compliance is good; remembers United States diplomats killed in a car accident during the civil war.]

Brown, Aaron;
MacVicar, Sheila;
McWethy, John

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