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Bosnia / Civil War / Peace Talks / Sarajevo #365244

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 01, 1995
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: David Martin) A breakthrough in the Western push for peace talks to end the war in Bosnia examined; scenes shown from Sarajevo. [Assistant Secretary of State Richard HOLBROOKE - comments on the negotiations.] NATO's pause in its bombing campaign noted; map shown of an ethnically realigned Bosnia. [UN spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Chris VERNON - talks about targeting Serb positions.] [UN spokesperson Joe SILLS - comments.]

(Honolulu: Rita Braver) The reaction of President Clinton to the peace negotiations in Bosnia while attending ceremonies in Hawaii to mark Japan's surrender and the end of World War II featured. [CLINTON - comments on Bosnia and NATO's resolve and addresses World War II veterans.] [Retired Air Force Captain James POPP - talks about the bombing of Pearl Harbor.]

Reporter(s):
Braver, Rita;
Martin, David;
Roberts, John
Duration:
00:04:10

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