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Bosnia / Peace Mission / United States Troops At Christmas / Clinton #400907

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Dec 24, 1995
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(Studio: Bob Franken) A Christmas message to United States troops in Bosnia from President Clinton shown. [CLINTON - talks about peace and the importance of the mission to the world.] The release of the wife of House Speaker Newt Gingrich's press secretary Linda Davis, from going on active duty in Bosnia noted.

(Tuzla: Jackie Shymanski) Christmas for the American soldiers in Bosnia featured; scenes shown from a prayer meeting in Tuzla, Bosnia and of Santa Claus being frisked for weapons. [US soldier Pfc. Daniel KLINE, NATO commander Major General George JOULWAN, Pfc. Joshua KLICKMAN - comment.]

(Studio: Denise Dillon) Christmas in Sarajevo featured; scenes shown of the first prisoner exchange since the peace accord.

Dillon, Denise;
Franken, Bob;
Shymanski, Jackie

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