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Yugoslavia / Kosovo / Mass Grave #431428

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

(Pristina, Yugoslavia: Nic Robertson) The discovery of another suspected mass gravesite in Ljubenic, Kosovo, reported; graphic scenes shown of human remains in Ljubenic. [KFOR spokesman Major Jan JOOSTEN - says the site may contain up to 150 bodies.] [Two MEN (thru translator) - say Serb troops killed women and children.]

(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Protests in Pristina, Yugoslavia, by ethnic Albanians demanding to know the fates of family members reported.

(White House: David Ensor) The growing movement in Yugoslavia to oust President Slobodan Milosevic reported; details given of United States plans to give financial help to opposition groups. [US Institute of Peace Daniel SERWER - says Serbia is in desperate shape economically.] [Woodrow Wilson Center Vladimir MATIC - says the civilian population was hit hard in Yugoslavia.] [State Department spokesman James FOLEY - says any opposition in Yugoslavia is the Serbians' movement.]

Ensor, David;
Robertson, Nic;
Woodruff, Judy

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