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(Studio: Dan Rather) Decision by President Clinton to put his Bosnia policy on hold reported.
(Pale: Bob Simon) The events in the civil war in Bosnia reviewed; scenes shown from the town of Mostar, Bosnia, which is undergoing ethnic cleansing by Croats. [UN protection force Cedric THORNBERRY - comments.] [UN High Commission for Refugees John MacMILLAN - reports on conditions in bombed-out Zepa, Bosnia.] [Bosnian Serb leader Radovan KARADZIC - says there will be no peace if the arms embargo is lifted.] Position of Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic and Saturday's referendum by the Bosnian Serbs on the United Nations peace plan mentioned.
(State Department: David Martin) The administration's putting of Bosnia on hold due to lack of support from the European allies examined. [May 6, Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER - comments.] [Last Friday, CLINTON - says there is agreement for a common approach.] [Senator Richard LUGAR - says decisive leadership is necessary.]
- Martin, David;
- Rather, Dan;
- Simon, Bob
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