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Bosnia / Peace Mission / Sava River Bridge #361418

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Dec 31, 1995
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(On the river Sava, northeastern Bosnia: Cinny Kennard) The United States Army bridge builders' completion off the bridge across the Sava River, which connects Bosnia and Croatia, featured; scenes shown of the first crossings of fighting machines on the pontoon bridge. [US Army General James O'NEAL, two SOLDIERS, two LOCALS - comment.]

(Studio: John Roberts) The health of Army Spec. Martin Begosh, the first American soldier wounded in Bosnia, updated; photograph shown.

(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(London: Vicki Mabrey) Signs of a return to normalcy in Sarajevo featured; scenes shown of the Sarajevo Philharmonic performing the classics on the first peaceful New Year since 1991. [American conductor Charles AHNSBACHER - explains how the Philharmonic is a metaphor for the city: destroyed and rebuilding.] [Visiting U2 lead singer BONO - comments.]

Kennard, Cinny;
Mabrey, Vicki;
Roberts, John

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