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Bosnia / Civil War / Peace Accord / NATO Peacekeepers / Hungary / Tuzla #400231

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 27, 1995
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(Studio: Hilary Bowker) The NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) troop deployment plan for peacekeeping operations in Bosnia outlined; map shown of the towns to which the various NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) armies will go.

(Kaposvar: Siobhan Darrow) The small town of Pecs, Hungary, which may be the jumping off place for United States troops visited; scenes shown from the town, whose economy has been hard hit by the nearby war. [US Army Lieutenant Colonel Ron WILLIAMS, Pecs Mayor Zsolt PAVA; restaurant owner Josef FARKAS - (thru translator) comment.] The possibility that the Americans may choose another town, Kaposvar, noted. [Kaposvar's Mayor Karoly SZITA - (thru translator) comments.]

(Tuzla: Richard Blystone) The future for Tuzla as the gateway for the US part of the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) military operation featured; scenes shown of United Nations soldiers at the air base there. [Royal Dutch air force Colonel Jakobus BOUMA - worries about the land mines.] The Serb shelling six months ago of a street in Tuzla recalled; scenes shown from the cemetery above the city and of refugees from Srebrenica.

Reporter(s):
Blystone, Richard;
Bowker, Hilary;
Darrow, Siobhan
Duration:
00:06:00

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