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Bosnia / Peace Mission / Tadic War Crimes #417719

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 14, 1997
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(The Hague: Jackie Shymanski) The sentencing by an international tribunal of Bosnian Serb Dusan Tadic for war crimes during the civil war featured; scenes shown from The Hague while Tadic's crimes at concentration camps are detailed. [War Crimes Tribunal presiding judge Gabrielle Kirk McDONALD - outlines the crimes committed by Tadic.] [Defense team's Nikola KOSTIC - responds.] NATO's first moves in pursuing war criminals in which one Bosnian Serb was arrested and another killed noted. [War Crimes Tribunal spokesman Christian CHARTIER - comments.]

(Studio: Bernard Shaw) A bombing in Serb-controlled territory reported; scenes shown from Zvornik, Bosnia.

Shaw, Bernard;
Shymanski, Jackie

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