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Bosnia / War Crimes #408297

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 28, 1996
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(Hague: Patricia Kelly) Testimony by two witnesses at the War Crimes Tribunal concerning mass killings and torture by Bosnia Serbs outlined; scenes shown of the recovery of remains in the Bosnia countryside and from the Hague proceedings. [Judge Foud RIAD, witness Paul GARDE, investigations commander John RALSTON - speak and testify at the hearings about the war crimes.] [Tribunal spokesman Christian CHARTIER - says rape is a crime of international prosecution.]

(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic reported to have been told to resign his post by Monday by the international community that is threatening sanctions if Karadzic does not step down noted.

Kelly, Patricia;
Shaw, Bernard

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