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Dubrovnik, Croatia Recovering After Bombardment #869957

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 15, 1992
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Ancient Port of Dubrovnik, Croatia was the center of fighting just nine months ago.

(Dubrovnik, Coratia: Doug James) Yugoslavia Federal Army bombarded city through air, land, and sea; In one 12 hour period, 2,000 bombs, mortars, and shells rained down; City is still cleaning up to begin reconstruction; Normally filled with tourists at this time, the city is empty; Annual Music Festival has been canceled due to few tourists. [Interviews with Unnamed CITIZEN; Unnamed TOURISTS; Romana VLAHUTIN, Citizen.]

Reporter(s):
James, Doug
Duration:
00:03:40

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