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Yugoslavia / Kosovo / Helicopter Crash / NATO Bombing #430134

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 26, 1999
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Crash of an Army Apache helicopter near the Tirana, Albania, airport clarified.

(White House: Wolf Blitzer) The administration's view of the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) bombing of Yugoslavia examined; details given of indications that Yugoslavia's position is softening due to the air strikes. [White House press secretary Joe LOCKHART - updates the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) campaign.] [NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) spokesman Jamie SHEA - comments on Yugoslavia.] [British Prime Minister Tony BLAIR - says NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) is unified in reversing ethnic cleansing in Kosovo.] Vice President Al Gore's talk with Russian envoy Viktor Chernomyrdin following President Clinton phone conversation with Russian President Boris Yeltsin mentioned.

(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Findings of a new CNN poll on the support for the use ground troops by the US, France and Britain outlined on screen.

Blitzer, Wolf;
Woodruff, Judy

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