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Bosnia / Peace Mission / Bosnian Serbs / Sarajevo #404921

CNN Evening News for Monday, Feb 19, 1996
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(Studio: Ralph Begleiter) Report introduced.

(Sarajevo: Brent Sadler) Live report on the latest testing of the Bosnian peace process when Bosnian Serbs failed to show up for a summit meeting on board the USS Washington featured. [IFOR commander Admiral Leighton SMITH - reacts to the Serbs' disassociation from the talks.] NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) said today producing a wanted poster of 51 war criminals; poster pictures shown. The free movement of people in Sarajevo from the main city to the suburbs reported; scenes shown of people crossing the lines to contact their families. The question of how many Serbs will move away when the Bosnian government takes control of the area discussed.

Begleiter, Ralph;
Sadler, Brent

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