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Serbs Hand Over Weapons / Prayer for End to War #869486

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Sep 13, 1992
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(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) One day after deadline for Serbia to put heavy weapons under United States surveillance; Serbia forces near Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina handed over light equipment to U.S. personnel honoring a verbal promise made by their leaders. [Remarks from Adnan ABD-ELRAZEK, United Nations Sector Commander]

(Sarajevo: Jackie Shymanski) Leaders of the Muslim faith and Catholicism under one roof to honor the arrival of Jews in Sarajevo; Muslim and Catholic community praying for end to war; Orthodox church of Serbia congregation decides to remain separate. [Excerpt of Alija IZBETGOVIC, Bosnia-Herzegovina; Father Mato ZOVIC, Catholic Priest.]

Shymanski, Jackie

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