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Bosnia / Sarajevo Civil War / United Nations Peacekeeping Measures #345227

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 08, 1992
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(Studio: Ed Bradley) Report introduced.

(Belgrade: Barry Petersen) United Nations efforts to restore peace in what was formerly Yugoslavia featured; scenes shown of United Nations peacekeeper moving land mines near Tuzla, Bosnia-Herzegovina, United Nations supply convoy on its way to Sarajevo, Bosnia. [UN peacekeeping force Colonel Richard GREY - comments on fighting.] [UN SOLDIER - says soldiers are for peace.] [UN SOLDIER - comments on destruction in Sarajevo.]

(Pentagon: David Martin) United Nations Security Council's struggle to come up with a resolution that calls for sending a peacekeeping force to Sarajevo featured; scenes shown of fighting in Sarajevo. State Department estimate of the rate at which Serbian shells are falling in Sarajevo cited; lack of food, water, and electricity there noted. [State Department spokeswoman Margaret TUTWILER - comments on status of Sarajevo.] Discussion held about the possible role of the United States military.

Reporter(s):
Bradley, Ed;
Martin, David;
Petersen, Barry
Duration:
00:04:10

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