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Bosnia / Civil War / Gorazde / United States Policy #705894

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 17, 1994
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(Studio: Deborah Norville) Report introduced.

(Vitez: Mark Phillips) A day of peace talks, cease-fires & the reality of war in Bosnia featured; scenes shown from Visoko, Bosnia, where the Serbs released United Nations troops who had been held & of the besieged Moslem enclave of Gorazde, Bosnia. [UN envoy Yasushi AKASHI, Bosnian Serb leader Radovan KARADZIC - talk about a cease-fire.] [UN's Kris YANOWSKY - says there is panic in the city.] [Russian foreign minister Andrei KOZYREV - cites broken promises.] The continuing attack on Gorazde despite peace talks discussed.

(Studio: Deborah Norville) Report introduced.

(White House: Bill Plante) United States policy in Bosnia examined in light of Serbian aggression after last week's allied bombing. [President CLINTON - hopes for a negotiated agreement with the help of the Russians.]

(Studio: Deborah Norville) Report introduced.

(Washington: Randall Pinkston) Bipartisan complaints about Clinton's Bosnian policy of limited air strikes examined. [Former Secretary of State Lawrence EAGLEBURGER, Senators Joseph BIDEN, John McCAIN, Trent LOTT - offer contradictory views.]

(Studio: Deborah Norville) Interview held with CBS news analyst retired General George Crist. [Using map, CRIST - explains why the Serbs want Gorazde & where they may go next.]

Reporter(s):
Phillips, Mark;
Pinkston, Randall;
Plante, Bill
Duration:
00:08:20

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