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Bosnia / Civil War / Mostar / Serb-Controlled Sarajevo / Serbian-Americans #350480

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 16, 1993
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(Studio: Edie Magnus) Fighting in the Moslem town of Mostar, Bosnia, shown. Offer from Russian foreign minister Andrei Kozyrev to send Russian peace monitors to implement part of the Vance-Owen peace plan noted. Statement from Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic on the plan mentioned.

(Serb-controlled Sarajevo: Allen Pizzey) The ongoing siege of Sarajevo at the time of the referendum by the Bosnia Serbs on the peace plan featured; scenes shown from the front lines. [Three Serb SOLDIERS - (thru translator) comment.] The Serb view that they will not give up land already taken from the Moslems reiterated.

(Studio: Edie Magnus) Report introduced.

(New York: Bob Faw) The view of the war held by Serbian- Americans examined; scenes shown from a church in Detroit. [Saint Lazarus Church Father Radomir OBSENICA, Jovan BJELOBRK, teacher Jagida BRADLEY - describe the impact of the war on Serbs in Bosnia and Serbia.] [Serb-American Goran PETKOVICH, City University of New York Bogdan DENITCH - comment.]

Faw, Bob;
Magnus, Edie;
Pizzey, Allen

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