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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.
(Tuzla: Brian Williams) President Clinton's whirlwind trip to Italy, Bosnia, Hungary and Croatia to support the United States peacekeeping troops featured; scenes shown of him in Bosnia, on a cargo plane over Tuzla and in Taszar, Hungary. [In interview, CLINTON - talks about the mission, its problems, the morale of the soldiers and the year length of the mission.] [Before the troops in Hungary and Tuzla, CLINTON - comments.] Commuter-generated virtual reality flight over the mountainous sector of Bosnia that is being patrolled by the United States troops shown.
(The Pasavina corridor, Bosnia: Jim Maceda) The danger zone along the Pasavina corridor that had been the front lines between Serbs and Croats that is now being monitored by the United States forces featured; scenes shown from northeastern Bosnia, where the United States presence is turning the front lines back into a crossroads. [Captain Gregg ATHEY, 1st Cavalry commander Colonel Greg FONTENOT - say the peace accord will be enforced.]
- Maceda, Jim;
- Vargas, Elizabeth;
- Williams, Brian
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