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Yugoslavia / Kosovo / NATO Peacekeeping #430873

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jun 26, 1999
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(Studio: Brian Nelson) The arrival of more Russian troops in Kosovo reported.

(Zegra, Yugoslavia: Mike Boettcher) The peacekeeping challenges faced by NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) troops reported; scenes shown of Serb homes set on fire. [SOLDIERS- say people are taking potshots at Serbs; describe an attack on NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) troops; say the mission is tricky.] [Zhivat EZIMI (thru translator) - says he will not take revenge.]

(Studio: Brian Nelson) Interview held with Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) political advisor Shinasi Rama. [RAMA - says the KLA is making good moves toward Kosovar Serbs; says Serbs and Albanians living together in Kosovo is not an easy task; says the KLA recognizes the authority of the provisional government; says the KLA is trying to restrain violence by ethnic Albanians.]

(Studio: Brian Nelson) The arrival of more Russian and French peacekeepers into Kosovo reported. [KFOR Commander Lieutenant General Michael JACKSON - talks about plans to use the Pristina airport.]

Reporter(s):
Boettcher, Mike;
Nelson, Brian
Duration:
00:08:50

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