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Yugoslavia / Slovenia, Croatia #581950

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 03, 1991
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(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Report introduced.

(Selja, Slovenia: Martin Fletcher) Movement of more tanks and personnel carriers towards the breakaway Yugoslav republics of Slovenia and Croatia featured; scenes shown of convoy and soldiers. German foreign minister quoted saying the Yugoslav army has run amuck. [Deserting SOLDIER - says he does not want to fight against the people.]

(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Report introduced.

(State Department: John Dancy) Warnings to Yugoslavia from United States and European Community featured; details given of apparent changes in US policy. [Secretary of State James BAKER - says there could be a civil war; explains United States position.] [EC president Dutch foreign minister Hans VAN den BROEK - comments.] History of ethnic nationalism in Yugoslavia reviewed; historical scenes shown.

Reporter(s):
Dancy, John;
Fletcher, Martin;
Williams, Mary Alice
Duration:
00:05:10

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