ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 10, 1999
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The latest developments in the crisis in Kosovo outlined on screen.
(Kukes, Albania: Sheila MacVicar) The horror stories of a group of ethnic Albanian refugees who just fled Kosovo presented; scenes shown from the refugee camp in Kukes, Albania; details given of their accounts of a land now ethnically cleansed and burned. [WOMAN - (thru translator) says she saw no civilians.]
(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.
(Pentagon: Martha Raddatz) Pentagon satellite photos of a mass gravesite near the village of Orahovac, Kosovo, featured. [NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) spokesman Jamie SHEA - says the refugees are moving around.] [Joint Chiefs vice director Major General Charles WALD - shows satellite photos of a village.] Gun camera images of a NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) air strike in central Serbia shown. [Pentagon spokesman Ken BACON - announces NATO's air strike capacities.]
(Studio: Aaron Brown) The return to Cyprus of envoy Spyros Kyprianou after his failed mission to free the three captured American soldiers reported.
(At the Macedonian border with Kosovo: Jane Clayson) The echoes of the past in the situation in which a team of Israeli doctors are working with refugees in Brazda, Macedonia, featured; details given of the parallels of ethnic cleansing in Kosovo to the World War II Holocaust. [Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Jacob ADLER, Israeli army general surgeon Commander Hezi LEVI - comment on Kosovo and the Holocaust.]
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