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Bosnia / Civil War / United Nations, Bihac #597325

NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 02, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) ministers reported calling for a cease-fire in the Bosnian war; scenes shown from Brussels, Belgium.

(Sarajevo: Richard Roth) The civil war featured; scenes shown from Sarajevo, where the Serbs shelled the Bosnian parliament building while United Nations envoy Yasushi Akashi was headed there and from Bihac, Bosnia, under siege by the Serbs. [AKASHI - comments.] The Serbs said planning to release United Nations peacekeepers held hostage.

Reporter(s):
Roth, Richard;
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:01:50

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