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Yugoslavia / Kosovo Crisis / NATO Attack #430249

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 09, 1999
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Report introduced.

(Washington: Ralph Begleiter) The intelligence methods used by NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) forces fighting against Serbia examined. [State Department spokesman James RUBIN - describes spy photos; says Serb troops destroy civilian homes; talks about speaking with someone inside Kosovo.]

(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Report introduced.

(Kragujevac, Yugoslavia: Alessio Vinci) Damage to civilian homes and businesses in Yugoslavia reported; scenes shown of damage from Cuprija and Aleksinac, Yugoslavia. [Cuprija resident Vera MILANOVIC(thru translator) - says her town will be destroyed.] [Yugoslav foreign minister Zivadin JOVANOVIC - says the bombings are a reflection of insane policy.] [Aleksinac resident Srboljub STOIANOVIC(thru translator) - says he does not know what he will do.] [Zastava factory manager Milan BEKO - says many workers decided to stay at a bombed factory.]

(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Report introduced.

(Kukes, Albania: Satinder Bindra) The trials faced by the Kosovar Albanian children who escaped from Kosovo examined. [Child's FATHER (thru translator) - says his son is fortunate to be alive.] [Dr. Bedrije AXHKNI(thru translator) - says the children are very scared.] [TEENAGER (thru translator) - says she is afraid her father is still fighting the war and will never come back.]

Begleiter, Ralph;
Bindra, Satinder;
Vinci, Alessio;
Woodruff, Judy

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