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Yugoslavia / Kosovo / Diplomacy / China / War Crimes #186099

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 11, 1999
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: John McWethy) The continuation of the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) bombing of Yugoslavia despite rumors of a Serb troop pullout featured. [Secretary of Defense William COHEN - says there is no evidence of a partial pullout.] [NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) spokesman Jamie SHEA - says it is not our job to guess what Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic is doing.] NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) plans to start air strikes from air fields in Turkey and Hungary thus increasing military pressure for a political settlement noted.

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Beijing: Mark Litke) The diplomacy of the "China problem" in the aftermath of the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) bombing of the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, featured; scenes shown of the continued government-orchestrated anti-American protests in Beijing; details given of the threat from China to block any peacekeeping force in Kosovo.

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Skopje, Macedonia: Terry Moran) The gathering of evidence by war crimes investigators in Kosovo examined; scenes shown of the refugees in Macedonia. [International War Crimes Tribunal Louise ARBOUR - comments on the operation.] The investigators's approach to questioning the refugees from Kosovo outlined.

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter;
Litke, Mark;
McWethy, John;
Moran, Terry
Duration:
00:05:40

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