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(Studio: Edie Magnus) French President Francois Mitterrand's plan to travel to Sarajevo, Bosnia, reported.
(Pentagon: Jim Stewart) Escalation of the Serbian bombing of Sarajevo featured; scenes shown. [UN forces commander Major General Lewis MacKENZIE - comments.] Meetings of United Nations and European Community leaders to discuss what to do to help Bosnia noted. [Bosnia President Alija IZEBEGOVIC - says military intervention by the international community is necessary.] United States noted now willing to provide combat air patrols to protect United Nations relief flights to Sarajevo; map shown. [On "Evans and Novak", National Security Adviser Brent SCOWCROFT - cites the dangers of getting involved.] President Bush's position on the problem reviewed.
- Magnus, Edie;
- Stewart, Jim
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