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Bosnia / Civil War / Arms Embargo / United States Policy #354159

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 11, 1994
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(Houston Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Sarajevo: Allen Pizzey) Decision by President Clinton's administration ordering the United States military to stop enforcing the arms embargo against the mostly Moslem Bosnian government examined; scenes shown of fighting in Bosnia. The ways in which the arms embargo has been circumvented reviewed. [Bosnian Croat commander General Ante ROSO - (thru translator), military affairs analyst James COW - comment on the change.] The United Nations view that the Serbs will launch a preemptive strike against their enemies noted. [UN commander Brigadier Robert GORDON - says UN soldiers will be more at risk.]

Pizzey, Allen

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