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Yugoslavia / Kosovo Violence #424190

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 01, 1998
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced; map shown of Yugoslavia.

(Kosovo, Kosovo: Brent Sadler) Deaths from fighting in Kosovo reported; scenes shown in Kosovo of protests. [SERB, ALBANIAN - comment on ethnic hatred.] Consideration of Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) as a "terrorist group" by Serbs, US, and its allies mentioned; scenes shown in Kosovo of KLA soldiers, confiscated weapons, and demonstrations. ["Koha Newspaper" publisher Veton SURROI - says he sees a growing KLA.] [Kosovo leader Ibrahim Rogova (thru translator) - fears KLA violence will drag ethnic Albanians into "collective suicide".]

Sadler, Brent;
Shaw, Bernard

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