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Bosnia / Pope's Visit / Peace Mission #617796

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 12, 1997
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Sarajevo: Jim Maceda) Pope John Paul II's visit to Bosnia featured; scenes shown from the city of Sarajevo, where anti-tank mines were found under the bridge, of the Popemobile on the road and of the Pope greeting the flock at the cathedral. [Franciscan friar Ivo MARKOVIC - cites the opposition to the visit.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(White House: John Palmer) Slow going for the United States peace mission is Bosnia reviewed. [Brookings Institution Michael O'HANLON - says there are three competing armies in Bosnia.] [Secretary of State Madeleine ALBRIGHT - says the peace must be made self-sustaining.] [Secretary of Defense William COHEN, Representative John KASICH - comment on the United States mission.]

Reporter(s):
Maceda, Jim;
Palmer, John;
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:04:10

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