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Bosnia / Peace Mission / United States Troops / War Victims #401296

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 08, 1995
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(Tuzla: Richard Blystone) The United States mission into Bosnia featured; scenes shown of the daily shuttle of United States troops and equipment to Bosnia. The patients in the psychiatric unit in Bosnia shown. [Victim Hussein RAMMAGE (thru translator) - talks about the death of his son.] [Dr. Osman SINANOVIC - says half of the populous is traumatized.] [Dr. Arshad HUSAIN - comments on mental healing.]

(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Bosnian government's statement that it will remove all non-native Islamic fighters from the country discussed. Fear of the Mujhadeen expressed. Secretary of State Warren Christopher's admonishment to those opposing the American peace mission in Bosnia noted. [CHRISTOPHER - states the importance of support for United States troops.]

Blystone, Richard;
Shaw, Bernard

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