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Bosnia / Peace Mission / United States Troops #404946

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 02, 1996
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Report introduced.

(Vrbica: Rob Reynolds) The excavating of mass grave sites by the United Nations in Jajce, Bosnia reported and protests by muslim women in Tuzla demanding news of their missing and presumed dead men shown. [Bosnian MAN - comments on the discovery of his son's remains.] [Forensic Pathologist Dr. Simun ANDJELINOVIC - comments.]

(Studio: Richard Blystone) The holding back of Serb prisoners of war by the Bosnian government reported and the upcoming visit to Bosnia by US Secretary of State Warren Christopher outlined. The opening of the first McDonalds in Zagreb, Croatia noted.

Blystone, Richard;
Reynolds, Rob;
Woodruff, Judy

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