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Bosnia / Civil War / Gorazde / United States Policy #356169

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 19, 1994
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(Studio: Dan Rather; Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(White House: Rita Braver) New proposals from President Clinton for Bosnia in response to mounting criticism of his leadership featured. [On MTV, CLINTON - opposes unilateral action in Bosnia.] [Representative David BONIOR - calls for NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) air strikes.] Statement from Russian President Boris Yeltsin calling for the Serbs to withdraw from Gorazde, Bosnia, noted. The issue of the safety of United Nations ground peacekeepers if there are more NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) air strikes mentioned.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Sarajevo: Mark Phillips) The debacle of Gorazde examined; scenes shown of United Nations troops arriving in Sarajevo; ham radio report from the city summarized. [UN spokesman Major Eric CHAPERON - says the Serbs took back weapons.] [Bosnian Serb leader Radovan KARADZIC - comments.] The boldness of the Serbs, despite the UN presence in Bosnia, reiterated.

Braver, Rita;
Chung, Connie;
Phillips, Mark;
Rather, Dan

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