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Yugoslavia / Bosnia War and Peace #347197

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 31, 1993
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(UN: Jacqueline Adams) The peace talks on the civil war in Bosnia examined; scenes shown from Geneva, where negotiators Cyrus Vance and Lord David Owen will ask the United Nations to turn up the heat. [University of London Martin McCAULEY - outlines the Moslems' needs.] Negotiators said also likely to ask Secretary of State Warren Christopher for help tomorrow. [OWEN - comments.] [Representative Frank McCLOSKEY - opposes the Owen- Vance prescriptions.] Concern that the war could widen if peace is not achieved in Bosnia reiterated.

Adams, Jacqueline;
Chung, Connie

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