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Bosnia / Peace Mission / Soldier's Death, Prisoners / US- Russian Soldiers #165379

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 23, 1996
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The body of Pvt. Floyd Bright, the second American soldier killed in Bosnia, reported bound for home; scenes shown from ceremonies in Tuzla and from the meeting in Moscow of Secretary of State Warren Christopher and other foreign ministers about the issue of prisoners still being held in Bosnia.

(Uglavic, in Bosnia: John McWethy) The partnership for peace between American and Russian soldiers in Bosnia featured; scenes shown of the troops working together in the field. [US Army special forces Captain Alex JAROTSKY - talks about the Russian counterparts.] [American European commander General George JOULWAN - says the Russians have to meet standards.]

Brown, Aaron;
McWethy, John

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