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Bosnia / Civil War / Gorazde #356260

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 24, 1994
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(Studio: Deborah Norville) Reports that Serb troops have pulled back from Gorazde, Bosnia and are allowing United Nations evacuation of the wounded. Statement from Secretary of State Warren Christopher that bombing will resume if the Serbs do not meet the ultimatum noted.

(Sarajevo: Barry Petersen) The Serb control of events in Gorazde examined; scenes shown of the United Nations working with the wounded under rules set up by the Serbs and from in and around Gorazde. [UN senior medical coordinator Genevieve BEGKOYIAN, United Nations Dr. Mary McLOUGHLIN - talk about conditions in the town.] [UN commander Lieutenant General Sir Michael ROSE - comments.]

Norville, Deborah;
Petersen, Barry

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