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Yugoslavia / Kosovo Crisis / NATO Attack On Serbia #430436

CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 23, 1999
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(Studio: Brian Nelson) The NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) strike against Yugoslavia updated.

(Pentagon: Carl Rochelle) The continuing NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) air campaign against Yugoslavia reported; details given of the debate over the use of ground troops reported. [Secretary of State Madeleine ALBRIGHT - talks about Serbian losses.] [Senate majority leader Trent LOTT - says the bombing has not been effective enough.] [Yugoslav charge D'Affaires to United Nations Vladislav JOVANOVIC - says the claim that Serbian troops are deserting is wishful thinking.] [German Ambassador to United States Jurgen CHROBOG - opposes using ground troops until a peace agreement is reached.]

(Studio: Brian Nelson) Report introduced.

(Blace, Macedonia: Kasra Naji) The entrance of Kosovar Albanian refugees into Albania and Macedonia reported. [WOMAN (thru translator) - tells which family members died in Kosovo.] [Representative David HOBSON - says the treatment of Kosovar Albanians is unacceptable.] [UNHCR spokesman Ron REDMOND - talks about settling new refugees.]

(Studio: Brian Nelson) Report introduced.

(Belgrade, Yugoslavia: Walter Rodgers) The defiant attitude of the people in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, reported; scenes shown to illustrate the Serb lifestyle. [Ivan and Marija MILOVANOVIC - say they does not the government to change because NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) says so and worry about the baby.] [Danke and Slotko MATZUKA - say Serbs will fight for their country; predict it will take decades to rebuild Yugoslavia.]

Naji, Kasra;
Nelson, Brian;
Rochelle, Carl;
Rodgers, Walter

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