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Bosnia / Civil War / Srebrenica and Zepa / Refugees #607284

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 17, 1995
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) The advance of Bosnian Serbs towards the Moslem enclave of Zepa, Bosnia, reported; map shown.

(White House: Brian Williams) The White House deliberation about a US air operation in Bosnia, examined; details given of the role of US helicopters in a United Nations operation there. [White House press secretary Michael McCURRY, military analyst Robert GASKIN - talk about the risks involved in a United States air operation.]

(Tuzla: Jim Maceda) The refugee camps in Tuzla, Bosnia, featured; scenes shown of Moslem soldiers from Srebrenica, Bosnia, which fell to the Serbs last week, telling stories of the killing by the Serbs stated. [Bosnian WOMAN, Soldier (thru translator) - says they saw Serbs torturing and shooting soldiers.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Maceda, Jim;
Williams, Brian

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