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Bosnia / Civil War / War Crimes #400397

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 07, 1995
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(Studio: Charles Bierbauer) The threat of Bosnian war crime investigations to the peace talks noted.

(Tuzla: Christiane Amanpour) The treatment of Moslem prisoners by the Bosnian Serbs examined; scenes shown from last July from Tuzla, Bosnia, of General Ratko Mladic assuring Moslem civilians. [Survivor Hurem SULJIC - (thru translator) recounts meeting Mladic for the first time, the Serbs soldiers' beating of the civilians and seeing bodies along the road.] US- released aerial photos of mass graves in the Kasaba/Konjevic Polje area of Bosnia shown. [UNHCR Kris JANOWSKI - comments on the reports on war crimes.] The response from the Serbs to charges of war crimes noted.

Amanpour, Christiane;
Bierbauer, Charles

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