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The Balkans / Croatia / United States Military Plane Crash #406780

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 04, 1996
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(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) The beginning of the investigation into the cause of the crash of a United States military plane outside Dubrovnik, Croatia, reported.

(Washington: Ralph Begleiter) The cost of trying to reestablish peace in the Balkans examined; details given of the deaths of three United States diplomats in a road accident in Sarajevo and of Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown and US business executives in the plane crash. [British Prime Minister John MAJOR - says the peace in Bosnia has been won at a terrible price.] [Secretary of Defense William PERRY - remembers those who died.] [President CLINTON - remembers those who died on the business mission.] [French President Jacques CHIRAC - (thru translator) comments.]

Reporter(s):
Begleiter, Ralph;
Meserve, Jeanne
Duration:
00:03:00

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