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Yugoslavia / Kosovo Crisis / NATO Attack On Serbia / Erlanger Interview #629667

NBC Evening News for Thursday, May 13, 1999
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Pledge from President Clinton to help Serbia rebuild once the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) conflict ends reported. [CLINTON - talks about Kosovo.]

(Belgrade: Kevin Tibbles) Claims of a partial withdrawal of Serb troops from Kosovo and continuing attempts toward peace negotiations reported. [NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) spokesman Jamie SHEA - says he thinks the withdrawal is a sham.] [Deputy Secretary of State Strobe TALBOTT - says nobody wants the war to go on any longer than necessary.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Interview held with "New York Times" reporter Steve Erlanger about the situation in Yugoslavia. [ERLANGER - says it is hard to travel inside Yugoslavia and people line up for gas and water; explains that Serb troops are everywhere and the people looked terrified.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Tibbles, Kevin

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