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Yugoslavia / Kosovo / War Crimes / Milosevic Opposition #431081

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 13, 1999
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw, Pierre Thomas) The FBI investigation of war crimes in Kosovo featured; scenes shown of agents sifting material at grave sites and burned-out homes. [FBI special agent Art EBERHART - describes his feelings about seeing the destruction in Kosovo; gives anecdotal account of his last thoughts of working in the fields of Kosovo.]

(Studio: Judy Woodruff) The arrival of war crimes investigation head Louise Arbour in Kosovo noted. [ARBOUR - comments on Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic.]

(Belgrade: Alessio Vinci) The growing opposition in Yugoslavia to Milosevic featured; scenes shown of people signing a petition asking him to resign and of protests. [Serbian Renewal Movement Vuk DRASKOVIC - says we demand Milosevic's resignation.] [Democratic Party leader Zoran DJINDJIC - comments on getting Milosevic out of power.] [Federal minister Goran MATIC - (thru translator) downplays the opposition; defends Milosevic as the guarantor of peace and freedom.]

(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The opposition in Kosovo by ethnic Albanians to Russians as peacekeepers reported; scenes shown from Malisevo, Kosovo.

Shaw, Bernard;
Thomas, Pierre;
Vinci, Alessio;
Woodruff, Judy

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