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Yugoslavia / Kosovo / Massacre / Refugees #185937

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 03, 1999
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(Studio: Kevin Newman) The latest developments in the crisis in Kosovo outlined on screen.

(London: Hilary Brown) A videotape of Serb atrocities in Kosovo featured; amateur video shown of massacre victims.

(Studio: Kevin Newman) Report introduced.

(At the Macedonian border with Kosovo: Mike Lee) The humanitarian catastrophe facing the stranded refugees from Kosovo featured; scenes shown from the refugee camp on the Macedonian border; details given of preliminary relief operations. [British forces Brigadier General Kim CROSS - says people are beginning to starve.]

(At the Kula pass, Yugoslavia: Sheila MacVicar) One ethnic Albanian survivors' story featured; scenes shown from the Montenegro border where a man was reunited with his family.

Brown, Hilary;
Lee, Mike;
MacVicar, Sheila;
Newman, Kevin

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