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Yugoslavia / Civil War / Sarajevo / United States Role #586971

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 10, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Outside Sarajevo: Tom Aspell) Ongoing Yugoslav civil war featured; scenes shown of fighting and casualties in Sarajevo, Bosnia, and of UN convoy travelling from Belgrade, Yugoslavia, to Sarajevo.

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Background to the ethnic fighting in Yugoslavia featured; map, historical footage and fighting shown.

(White House: Jim Miklaszewski) United States plans for stopping the war in Yugoslavia featured. [Senator Richard LUGAR - calls for stern enforcement of a Yugoslavian cease-fire.] Senate Foreign Relations Committee said expected tomorrow to approve the use of United States military force in conjunction with the UN; battle scenes shown from Yugoslavia and the Persian Gulf war. [Secretary of State James BAKER - says we can't be the world's policeman.] [Foreign policy analyst Madeleine ALBRIGHT - notes lack of United States interests in Yugoslavia.] [Governor Bill CLINTON - responds to question of whether he would send troops to Yugoslavia.]

Aspell, Tom;
Brokaw, Tom;
Miklaszewski, Jim

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