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Yugoslavia / Kosovo / Clark / Reservists #185717

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 17, 1999
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Visit by NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) supreme commander General Wesley Clark with his troops in Macedonia and Albanian noted.

(Tirana, Albania: Dean Reynolds) NATO's support of Albanian, now threatened by the Serb forces as the war in Kosovo expands, featured; scenes shown of Clark's visit. [CLARK - supports Albania's sovereignty; says Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic must cease aggression and is losing the battle.] The Pentagon's request for billions from Congress for the war noted.

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Albanian-Americans shown arriving in Tirana to fight in Kosovo.

(March Air Reserve Base, Riverside, California: Brian Rooney) The stories of reservists ready to be added to the war effort in Kosovo featured. [Air National Guard S/sergeant Jim CARROL, pilot Lieutenant Colonel Donald CAVIN, Air National Guard Major and wife Douglas and Nichi FARNHAM, Air Force reserve pilot Colonel Jeff HOLHOUSER - state opinions on being involved.]

Reynolds, Dean;
Rooney, Brian;
Vargas, Elizabeth

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