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Bosnia / Civil War / Western Allies / Refugee Camp #364240

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 16, 1995
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(London: Cinny Kennard) Meeting of Western military leaders to come up with a plan to protect the remaining Moslem safe havens in Bosnia featured; details given of the French plan for action by the UN. [UN spokesman Alexander IVANKO - says the Serbs are advancing on Zepa, Bosnia.] [Secretary of Defense William PERRY, Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER - outline the United States position.] [Bosnian Prime Minister Haris SILAJDZIC - calls United Nations safe havens a joke.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Map shown of the eastern Bosnia area.

(Near Tuzla: Barry Petersen) The plight of Moslem refugees from Srebrenica, Bosnia, featured; scenes shown of life in the UN's tent city in Tuzla, Bosnia. One refugee family's story related. [UN doctor Ahmed NASSER - worries about suicides among the displaced people.]

Kennard, Cinny;
Petersen, Barry;
Roberts, John

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