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Bosnia / Civil War / Zepa / Embargo / War Crimes #364430

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 25, 1995
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(Studio: Paula Zahn) Preparations in the Senate for a vote on lifting the international arms embargo and President Clinton's threat of a veto noted.

(Sarajevo: Barry Petersen) The Serbs' takeover of the so-called UN safe haven of Zepa, Bosnia, reported; scenes shown. [Bosnian Prime Minister Haris SILAJDZIC - talks about the need for lifting the arms embargo.] [UN spokesperson Alexander IVANKO - says a United Nations withdrawal would just mean more bloodshed.] [Former United Nations spokesman Michael WILLIAMS - comments.] Help from the Moslem world for Bosnia noted.

(Studio: Paula Zahn) The charging of Bosnian Serb leaders Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic with genocide and crimes against humanity by the United Nations war crimes tribunal at The Hague outlined.

Petersen, Barry;
Zahn, Paula

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