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Bosnia / Civil War / Sarajevo / NATO Ultimatum / Injured Refugees #597814

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 19, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Sarajevo: Martin Fletcher) Serb compliance with the NATO ultimatum to remove heavy guns from the hills surrounding Sarajevo featured; scenes shown of Serb weaponry and United Nations inspectors. [Bosnian Serb leader Radovan KARADZIC, Bosnian vice president Ejup GANIC, United Nations envoy Yashushi AKASHI - comment.] The cease-fire noted holding in Sarajevo.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(White House: Tom Pettit) Warning from President Clinton to the Serbs that they must comply with the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) ultimatum to move their artillery from around Sarajevo featured. [In weekly radio address, CLINTON - says the United States is prepared to act.] The prospects for a peace in a possibly ethnically divided Sarajevo detailed; maps shown. [Former State Department Bosnian expert George KENNEY - says partitioning is not peace.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: John Dancy) The uncertain future for the injured Bosnians examined; medical scenes shown of victims in or bound for American hospitals for rehabilitation. [International Migrations Organization Alex LUPIS - cites injured.] [Bosnian refugees Zarudin KARAMEHMEDOVIC, Rasim PEKMEZ - (thru translator) express skepticism about what the West will do.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Coverage of the Bosnian deadline on "Meet the Press" noted.

Dancy, John;
Fletcher, Martin;
Pettit, Tom;
Williams, Brian

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