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Yugoslavia / War / United Nations Sanctions #586820

NBC Evening News for Saturday, May 30, 1992
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(Studio: Keith Morrison) Report introduced.

(Belgrade: Tom Aspell) Vote by the United Nations to impose sanctions on Serbia for the violence in the ethnic war in Bosnia featured; sanctions detailed; scenes shown from Belgrade, Yugoslavia. [Three PEOPLE - comment on the war.] The fighting in Sarajevo, Bosnia, and Dubrovnik, Croatia, shown; details given of the extent of the refugee problem. Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic reported calling on US and Russia to take command of the warring forces in Bosnia to stop the fighting.

Reporter(s):
Aspell, Tom;
Morrison, Keith
Duration:
00:02:20

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