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Yugoslavia / Kosovo / NATO Bombing / Shipping #629435

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 24, 1999
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(Studio: Len Cannon) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: Joe Johns) NATO's plan to impose an oil embargo against the Serbs as the second month of the bombing campaign over Kosovo starts with the arrival of Apache helicopters featured; details given of the efforts to control Yugoslav fuel supplies. [NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) spokesman Jamie SHEA - says oil cannot be allowed in the back door.] [Senator Carl LEVIN - calls for reduced expectations.]

(Studio: Len Cannon) Report introduced.

(White House: David Bloom) The search for unity within NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) examined; scenes shown from the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) summit meeting in Washington, DC. [President CLINTON - defends NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) strategy.] [French President Jacques CHIRAC - (thru translator) questions a shipping embargo.] Clinton's defense of air strikes against Belgrade television buildings noted.

Bloom, David;
Cannon, Len;
Johns, Joe

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