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Bosnia / Civil War / United States Plane Downing / United Nations Peacekeepers #606981

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 03, 1995
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Reports introduced.

(Sarajevo: Jim Maceda) Today's events in war-torn Bosnia featured; scenes shown of the wreckage of the downed United States plane and of UN peacekeepers released by the Bosnian Serbs. [Bosnian Serb spokesman Jovan ZAMETICA - comments.] [UN spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Gary COWARD - says NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) air strikes remain an option.] [UN commander General John WILSEY - instructs the troops.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Paris: Ed Rabel) The military options being discussed by the United States and the European allies featured; scenes shown from the meeting in Paris; details given of the latest version of United States policy. [Secretary of Defense William PERRY - talks about reconfiguring.] [In radio address, CLINTON - explains conditions under which United States soldiers would be used to help.] The reaction of European governments to the US refusal to provide ground troops noted. [Institution for International Relations Dominique MOISI - comments on the United States position.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(On board the USS Kearsarge: Mike Boettcher) The readiness of American ships in the Bosnian area featured; scenes shown from on board the USS Kearsarge. [Marines Corporal Paul BRUCE, Colonel Martin BERNDT, sergeant Adam MUNCIE, Corporal Richard VOLPIN - comment on the mission.]

Boettcher, Mike;
Maceda, Jim;
Rabel, Ed;
Williams, Brian

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