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Bosnia / Peace Mission / Clinton's Visit #365820

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 13, 1996
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(Tuzla: Dan Rather) President Clinton's trip to Bosnia featured; scenes shown of him arriving at the Tuzla air base to meet the soldiers who will implement the peace plan. [CLINTON - speaks about the mission.] [US Army Captain John FLINT - reacts.] [In Hungary and Aviano, Italy, CLINTON - speaks to the troops.]

(Tuzla: Mark Phillips) The face of Bosnia that Clinton did not see featured; scenes shown from Tuzla of the refugees, the hospitalized, the orphaned and the marketplace. [Tuzla Respiratory Hospital Dr. Nada REMETIC - cites the lack of drugs.]

(Tuzla: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Pale: Allen Pizzey) The deadline for the warring factions to pull back from the front lines as per the Dayton accords examined. [Implementation force Brigadier General Andrew CUMMING - talks about the zones of preparation.] The Sarajevo tram that was struck by artillery fire on Tuesday, the Serb town of Pale and a disabled Russian vehicle shown.

Phillips, Mark;
Pizzey, Allen;
Rather, Dan

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