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Yugoslavia / Kosovo / Refugees / United States Policy / NATO Bombing #430077

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 21, 1999
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Report introduced.

(On the Kosovo-Macedonia border: Richard Blystone) The plight of refugees trapped within Kosovo featured; scenes shown of snowy roads along the Macedonia-Kosovo border. [Doctors of the World Helene BOUCHEBOUBA - says Macedonia is keeping relief/aid workers out.]

(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(White House: John King) The change in policy by President Clinton's administration allowing 20,000 Kosovo refugees to come directly to the US examined. [Vice President Al GORE - says the United States will accept the homeless refugees who have close family ties in America.] New developments in the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) debate over the use of ground troops outlined. [Secretary of Defense William COHEN - comments on the ground forces issue.]

(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Statement from Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic about the three captured United States soldiers noted.

(Belgrade: Brent Sadler) The NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) bombing of Belgrade featured; scenes shown of the bomb-damaged building housing Milosevic's ruling party. [Yugoslav foreign ministry spokesman Nebojosa VUJOVIC - comments.] Yugoslavia's version of the destruction by NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) outlined.

Blystone, Richard;
King, John;
Sadler, Brent;
Shaw, Bernard;
Woodruff, Judy

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