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Bosnia / Civil War / Peace / United States Troops / Sarajevo #603598

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 25, 1995
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(White House: John Palmer) The preparations by President Clinton and his staff for his Monday night address to the nation on why the US should send peacekeeping troops to Bosnia featured; details given of the campaign to win support. [In radio address, CLINTON - says the peace would be lost without our support.] [In Dayton, Ohio, in New York City, four PEOPLE - offer differing opinions on the issue.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Sarajevo: Tom Aspell) Voices of dissent in Bosnia against the Dayton peace agreement featured; scenes shown from Sarajevo of Bosnian Serbs protesting against the pact that has been accepted by their leaders and from the cemeteries. [Sarajevo SERB - comments.] [Bosnian Serb leader Radovan KARADZIC - wants international security for the Serbs in Sarajevo.] United Nations estimates on the refugee problem and the cost of repatriation cited.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Tomorrow's "Meet the Press" previewed.

Aspell, Tom;
Palmer, John;
Williams, Brian

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