ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 10, 1999
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(Skopje, Macedonia: Peter Jennings) The preparations for a NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) force to enter Kosovo reported; scenes shown of Serb tanks and trucks leaving Kosovo and of United States helicopters at the Kosovo-Macedonia border. [Colonel John CRADDOCK - says we protect our force first.] The coming division of Kosovo into six sectors detailed; map shown.
(No location given: Mike Lee) The arrival of United States Marines in Greece en route to Macedonia near the Kosovo border featured. [Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel Paul BRYGIDER - explains the Marines' role in controlling Kosovo refugees.]
(Skopje, Macedonia: Peter Jennings) Signs that Serb civilians are leaving Kosovo noted.
(Neprosteno Refugee Camp in Macedonia: Jim Wooten) The reaction of Serbs and the Kosovo refugees to the peace agreement featured; scenes shown from Neprosteno Refugee Camp in Macedonia. [Three Serb college STUDENTS - want to go back to Kosovo as soon as possible.]
(Skopje, Macedonia: Peter Jennings) Plans for Secretary of State Madeleine Albright to visit one of the refugee camps reported. [Note: local weather bulletin on screen beginning 5:36:20.]
(White House: Sam Donaldson) The administration's reactions to the peace agreement reviewed; details given of the future issues needing to be resolved. [In speech, President CLINTON - says we have to build peace.] [Secretary of Defense William COHEN - says only two aircraft were lost.]
(Skopje, Macedonia: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Belgrade: Bob Woodruff) The political future for Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic examined; scenes shown of Milosevic's appearance on Serb TV and of last night's celebrations in Belgrade. [Three SERBS - offer views on war and peace.]
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