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Bosnia / Civil War / U.N. Role #726614

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 03, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Sarajevo: Tom Aspell) The failure of another U.N. effort to stop the fighting in the civil war in Bosnia featured; scenes shown from Bihac where the Moslems are surrounded by the Serbs; details given of the proposed peace plan. [Bosnia vice president Ejub GANIC†- talks about a cease-fire.] [U.N. peacekeeping force Capt. Jon ELLIS†- expresses frustration.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Brussels: Andrea Mitchell) The impossible mission in Bosnia for the U.N. examined; details given about the complicated military role for the US. [Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER, U.N. Secretary General Kofi ANNAN††- comment on the U.N.'s situation.] [Foreign policy analyst Ed LUCK†- says enforcement, not peacekeeping, was needed after war broke out.] [Senator Sam NUNN†- criticizes the decision to place lightly armed troops in the middle of a civil war.]

Williams, Brian;
Aspell, Tom;
Mitchell, Andrea

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