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Bosnia / War Crimes / Shattuck Interview #401831

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 24, 1996
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Interview held with assistant Secretary of State John Shattuck about evidence of war crimes against humanity in Bosnia. [SHATTUCK - says he visited six sites of alleged crimes in eastern Bosnia; describes the blood-spattered warehouse he saw in Srebrenica and how the men were rounded up after the city's fall; estimates the number of missing, who may have lost their lives; indicates human bones were found in Glogova; says freedom of movement and access for War Crimes Tribunal investigators can be provided as assured by Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic; outlines NATO's position on providing security for these sites.]

Shaw, Bernard

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