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Yugoslavia / Kosovo / NATO Campaign / Apache Helicopters / Refugees #387128

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 25, 1999
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) Report introduced.

(Tirana, Albania: Diana Olick) The arrival of more United States Apache helicopters for action in Kosovo featured; scenes shown of the aircraft; details given of the massive support system that is being brought into Albania. [Army Captain Martin DOWNE - comments on the air mission.] [NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) supreme commander General Wesley CLARK - refuses to give a date for when the Apaches will be in action.]

(Kukes, Albania: Tom Fenton) The plight of refugees encamped in Kukes, Albania, featured; scenes shown of the people crowded into a few rooms and houses near the border.

Fenton, Tom;
Mason, Anthony;
Olick, Diana

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