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(Tuzla, Bosnia: Dan Rather) The United States military's move into their headquarters in Tuzla, Bosnia, presented. [Serbian President Slobodan MILOSEVIC - comments on the two French pilots being held by the Serbs.] [Bosnian Army General Saad DELAIGE (thru translator) - says one year of United States troops will not be enough to keep the peace.] President Clinton's statement that all parties are in his opinion observing the cease-fire reported.
(Sarajevo: Bob Simon) The divided town of Sarajevo featured; scenes shown of both the Muslim and Serb sides of the city. [Serb Bilana POPOVSKI - says they do not want to live under the Muslim Federation.] [Bosnian Prime Minister Haris SILAJDZIC - comments on the Serb referendum.]
(Tuzla, Bosnia: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Hanau: Allen Pizzey) Preparation for the repair of a bridge over the Sava River by United States and allied troops on the move through Austria and Hungary toward Bosnia shown. [Lieutenant Gary DAVIS, United States Army Melvin SPELLING - say they want to be the ones to repair the bridge.]
- Pizzey, Allen;
- Rather, Dan;
- Simon, Bob
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