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Bosnia / Civil War / Peace Plan / Mostar #360758

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 24, 1995
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(Studio: Dan Rather) President Clinton said releasing letters from the presidents of Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia, who stated measures would be taken to insure the security of the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) peacekeepers in Bosnia. [Secretary of Defense William PERRY - comments.] The new borders of Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia as per the Dayton agreement outlined.

(Mostar: Bob Simon) The city of Mostar, Bosnia, divided by the war and now governed by a Moslem/Croat federation, examined; scenes shown of Croats' destruction of a cobalt bridge built in 1566. [Cabbage VENDOR (thru translator) - says he lost his family in the war between Croats and Moslems.] [BOSNIAN, International Rescue Committee Melissa PAYSON - talk about life after the war.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Clinton's presidential address to the nation Monday noted.

Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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