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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Sarajevo: Barry Petersen) Setback for the Bosnian Serbs, defeated by an alliance of Bosnian Moslem and Croatian forces in northwest Bosnia, featured; scenes shown from Bosansko Grahovo, Bosnia. [UN spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Chris VERNON, "Janes Defense Weekly" Paul BEAVER - comment on the Croatian forces.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Charges that the United States is actively aiding the Bosnian government with arms noted.
(Pentagon: David Martin) A steady stream of weapons reported reaching the Bosnian Muslims despite a United Nations embargo featured. [Military analyst Daniel PLESCH - says the United States is turning a blind eye to the arms.] [Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER - says the United States is not covertly supplying arms.] [Assistant Secretary of State Richard HOLBROOKE - says what the Bosnians do is their business.] The flow of arms to Bosnia from Middle East Muslim countries examined.
- Martin, David;
- Petersen, Barry;
- Rather, Dan
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