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Bosnia / Civil War / Srebrenica #364141

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 11, 1995
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(London: Barry Petersen) The failure of United Nations air strikes to even slow the Serbs' overrunning of the Moslem town of Srebrenica, Bosnia, which was supposed to be a UN-protected site, reported; maps shown. [UN spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Gary COWARD - says the latest attack may prove to be a turning point for us all.] [Doctors Without Borders Stephan OBERREIT - describes the exodus of Moslem refugees.] [Military analyst Colonel Mike DEWAR - says Sarajevo must not be overrun.]

(Studio: Dan Rather; Defense Department: David Martin) Discussion of what the latest developments in Bosnia may mean for the United States and its armed forces featured.

Martin, David;
Petersen, Barry;
Rather, Dan

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