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CBS Evening News for Sunday, Dec 03, 1995
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Madrid: Rita Braver) President Clinton's authorization of the sending of the first United States peacekeeping troops to Bosnia featured. [At European Union meeting in Madrid, Spain, CLINTON - defends his decision; says Serb General Ratko Mladic will insure that the treaty be honored; cites American values.]

(White House: Bob Orr) Reluctant Congressional support for the deployment of troops in Bosnia featured. [Senator John McCAIN, Bob DOLE - say the president has the authority to send troops to Bosnia.] [Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman John SHALIKASHVILI, Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER - talk about the weapons issue.] [Presidential candidate Pat BUCHANAN - opposes sending troops.] Three key questions about the United States role in Bosnia reiterated.

(Studio: John Roberts; Tuzla: Bob Simon) The inconvenience of having Mladic and Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic still around and the role of the mujahadeen in helping the Moslem forces discussed.

(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Chicago: James Hattori) The view from the Balkan immigrant community in Chicago on the situation in Bosnia examined. [Four REFUGEES, Serbian Orthodox Church Father Irenej DOBRIJEVIC, Croatian- American BOY - talk about war and peace in their homeland.]

Braver, Rita;
Hattori, James;
Orr, Bob;
Roberts, John;
Simon, Bob

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