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Yugoslavia / Kosovo / Peace Plan / Problems #187023

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 06, 1999
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(Studio: Antonio Mora) Report introduced.

(Blace, Macedonia: Sheila MacVicar) The second day of peace talks to end the war in Kosovo featured; details given of the specific problems in the peace proposals and of the plight of Kosovar Albanians living within Kosovo. [US NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) liaison Major Trey CATE - comments.] [International Rescue Committee Mark BARTOLINI - says people are starving while the talks drag on.] The view that the Serbs may be stalling noted. [NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) spokesman Jamie SHEA - comments.] The continuation of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) air strikes while the talks being held in Macedonia are suspended noted.

(Studio: Antonio Mora) Report introduced.

(White House: Andrea McCarren) The situation in Kosovo while talks are bogged down reviewed. [Secretary of Defense William COHEN - talks about the time frame for peace.] [SHEA - says the Serbs are moving slowly.] [Pentagon spokesman Kenneth BACON - says there are reports of bodies being burned in Kosovo.]

MacVicar, Sheila;
McCarren, Andrea;
Mora, Antonio

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