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Bosnia / Civil War / Sarajevo #355033

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 13, 1994
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(Studio: Edie Magnus) Report introduced.

(Sarajevo: Barry Petersen) The truce in Sarajevo featured; scenes shown of the United Nations presence in the currently peaceful city. [UN spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Simon SHADBOLT, United States chief of staff General Angus RAMSAY - comment on the situation.] United States personnel reported moved out of Yugoslavia due to the dangers of the situation. [NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) commander Admiral Jeremy BOORDA - warns both sides.]

(Studio: Edie Magnus) Report introduced.

(White House: Bob Orr) United States policymakers and the Bosnian crisis featured. [On "Meet the Press", United Nations ambassador Madeleine ALBRIGHT - talks about the cease-fire resulting from the ultimatum.] [On "This Week with David Brinkley", Secretary of Defense William PERRY - cites NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) solidarity.] [French foreign minister Alain JUPPE - says France will back air strikes, if they are needed.] [Senator Bob DOLE - raises the credibility issue.]

Reporter(s):
Magnus, Edie;
Orr, Bob;
Petersen, Barry
Duration:
00:03:30

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