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Yugoslavia / Kosovo Crisis / NATO Attack On Serbia / Refugees #429963

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Apr 10, 1999
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(Studio: Jim Moret) Report introduced.

(Belgrade, Yugoslavia: Brent Sadler) Telephone report on the abbreviated NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) attacks on Serbia reported; details given of the observation of Eastern Orthodox Easter and of the meeting of Albanian leader Ibrahim Rugova with Serbian officials reported; scenes shown from Belgrade, Yugoslavia.

(Studio: Jim Moret) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: Charles Bierbauer) Deployment of more United States warplanes for use over Kosovo reported. [Pentagon spokesman Kenneth BACON - says NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) has tactical maneuverability.] [Canadian Minister of National Defense Art EGGLETON - says NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) must stay focused on the air campaign.] [US Air Force Major General Charles WALD - says only a few targets were hit the day before.]

(Studio: Jim Moret) Report introduced.

(Morina, Albania: Satinder Bindra) The re-opening of the border between Kosovo and Albania reported; details given of Kosovar refugees entering Albania.

(Studio: Jim Moret) Report introduced.

(Stankovec, Macedonia: Matthew Chance) The continuing crisis faced by Kosovar Albanian refugees searching for family members reported. [British Army Master Chef S/sergeant Chris REAY - says he is humbled by the refugee children.] [UNHCR Paula GHEDINI - says many families were separated.] [PERSON - talks about finding his children.]

(Studio: Jim Moret) Report introduced.

(Skopje, Macedonia: Ben Wedeman) The relocating of the Kosovar Albanian refugees from Macedonia to other countries reported; scenes shown from the refugee camp and the airport. [PEOPLE (some through translator) - say they want to come home to Kosovo.]

(Studio: Jim Moret) Interview held with UNHCR Karen Koning Abuzayd. [ABUZAYD - says the border closings are complicating the refugee crisis; talks about helping the refugees.]

(Studio: Jim Moret) Anti-Yugoslavia protests in the United States and across Europe reported; scenes shown of demonstrators in Washington.

Bierbauer, Charles;
Bindra, Satinder;
Chance, Matthew;
Moret, Jim;
Sadler, Brent;
Wedeman, Ben

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