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Bosnia / Peace Mission / War Crimes #406454

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 02, 1996
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(Studio: Arthur Kent) Report introduced.

(Vlasenica, northeast Bosnia: Jackie Shymanski) Plans to begin excavations in Bosnia at suspected war crimes gravesites in Bosnian-Serb held territory featured; scenes shown from near Vlasenica. [UN War Crimes Tribunal Jean- Rene RUEZ - comments on the investigation.] United States satellite photos that seem to confirm the existence of mass graves shown. NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) troops said set to provide protection for the investigators. [IFOR Colonel John BATISTE - reaffirms impartiality.]

(Studio: Arthur Kent) Speech by European Union envoy Carl Bildt on the state of the peace in Bosnia reported. [BILDT - says Bosnians will have responsibility for the future of their own country.] Growing speculation that a smaller NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) military presence may be needed to prevent a return to war after the troop pullout at the end of the year noted.

Kent, Arthur;
Shymanski, Jackie

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