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Bosnia / Civil War / Embargo / Mladic #364475

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 27, 1995
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(Studio: Dan Rather) United Nations human rights official to the former Yugoslavia Tadeusz Mazowiecki said quitting in frustration due to Western allies' hypocrisy over Bosnia.

(Sarajevo: Barry Petersen) Appearance by Serb military commander Ratko Mladic before the Moslem refugees who were expelled from the Bosnian enclaves and hauled away in trucks reported; scenes shown of the general. Serb attacks near Bihac, Bosnia, reported. [UN spokesperson Alexander IVANKO - comments.]

(White House: ) President Clinton's vague statement that implied Serb attacks on Bihac could trigger NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) air strikes outlined. [CLINTON - talks about Serb hostage taking.]

Petersen, Barry;
Rather, Dan

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