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(Studio: Ted Koppel) Possibility that the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) bombing of Yugoslavia will be discontinued noted.
(Pentagon: John McWethy) The movement toward peace in Kosovo featured; details given of the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) plans to monitor a Serb pullout and set up a peacekeeping mission. [President CLINTON - says he is anxious to end the bombing.] [Pentagon spokesman Ken BACON - says the bombing could be halted soon.] The apparent division of Kosovo into five peacekeeping zones noted; map shown.
(Tirana: Peter Jennings) The refugees' concern about the future examined; scenes shown from a refugee camp outside Tirana, Albania, where some refugees expressed their skeptical views about peace and the chances that they can go home. [REFUGEE - comments.]
(Belgrade: Bob Woodruff) The reaction in Belgrade to the news the war may be over featured; scenes shown of bombed-out areas across Yugoslavia. [Economist Goran PITIC - wonders who won this game]
(Tirana: Peter Jennings) The questions about ending the war reviewed.
- Jennings, Peter;
- Koppel, Ted;
- McWethy, John;
- Woodruff, Bob
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