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Bosnia / Civil War / Peace Agreement / United States Peacekeeping / Training Exercise #360712

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 21, 1995
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(White House: Rita Braver) Signing of a peace agreement by the presidents of Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia after twenty days of talks featured; elements of the deal outlined. [President CLINTON - outlines the makeup of a two-part Bosnia with a united Sarajevo.] The problems in implementing the refugee issue detailed. [Majority Leader Senator Robert DOLE, House Speaker Newt GINGRICH - comment.] [Representative Bill RICHARDSON - says the mission will be defined.]

(Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio: David Martin) The peace pact and what is means for the United States military discussed. [Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER - comments on the agreement.] The moving in to Bosnia of the American military in two weeks after official signing ceremonies stated. [Pentagon spokesperson Captain Michael DOUBLEDAY - comments.] The United States military plan of action reviewed.

(London: Mark Phillips) The wounds of the Bosnian people from the three-year war reviewed; scenes shown of the injured and dead. [Political analyst Michael WILLIAMS - talks about the savagery.] [BOSNIAN - asks what the young men have died for.] [General Lewis MACKENZIE - comments.]

Braver, Rita;
Martin, David;
Phillips, Mark;
Rather, Dan

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