This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Susan Rook) All three sides (Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina)in civil war believed to run camps.
(Northern Bosnia: Penny Marshall, ITN) Refugees fleeing; Red Cross arrives at Thermopoli and sets up refugee camps which have shelter, food, and clothing. Relief brought to camps run by Serbia in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Civilians of all three ethnic origins being killed. [Interviews: unnamed CITIZENS, Interviews: unnamed camp DIRECTORS, Interviews: unnamed REFUGEES.]
(Discussion between ITN Anchors and Penny Marshall, ITN) No ethnic minorities on any side are safe. Camps run by Serbia are trying to clean up their image. Press is not granted complete access everywhere and receives only a small view of what is happening.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Bosnia-Herzegovina refugees were evacuated to Split, Croatia. Serbian forces surrounding Sarajevo gave access to convoys but it could be a ploy to make the city easier to capture.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Exposing truths of detention camps makes prisoners more vulnerable.
(The Pentagon, Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Serbia says they will permit inspectors but experts say Serbian forces are just moving prisoners from camp to camp. Experts accuse Serbia of genocide / ethnic cleansing. United Nations officials say Serbia has achieved most territorial conquests. [Remarks: Jeri LABER, Helsinki Watch, Remarks: Paddy ASHDOWN, British Parliament Member, Remarks: Thomas NILES, Assistant Secretary of State.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Palestine Liberation Front denies Leader, Abbas, has been arrested.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Saddam Hussein administers stern warning to profiteers of the embargo against Iraq.
(Studio: Susan Rook) President Bush will announce tomorrow that James Baker will be in charge of his campaign, and Samuel Skinner will announce resignation.
(Houston, Texas: Deborah Potter) Republicans attacking Clinton's records of tax increases and Hillary Clinton's beliefs. Bush makes controversial statement about abortion. [Excerpt press conference: Rich BOND, Republican Party Chairman, Remarks: Bill CLINTON, Excerpt press conference: Gaddi VASQUEZ, GOP Platform Committee, Interview: Richard ROSENBAUM, Republican National Committee Member, Interview: Mary Potter SUMMA, GOP Platform Committee.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Clinton speaks about Bush's remark stating that his remarks prove why the pro-choice position is right.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Bill Clinton speaks at the American Federation of Teachers. Said he wants to restructure the way education is funded.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Vice President Quayle is attacking reporters for covering allegations of Bush's affair. [Remarks: Dan QUAYLE.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Voters in Georgia trying to get rid of incumbents.
(Studio: Susan Rook) United States, Canada and Mexico reach Free Trade Agreement.
(Washington: John Holliman) Free trade should create jobs and stimulate growth, but Americans may lose jobs. Lowering trade barriers and tariffs will lead to more sales and growth. [Excerpt press conference: Carla HILLS, United States Trade Representative, Interview: Michael EVANS, Evans Economics.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduces weather.
(Studio: Karen Maginnis) Weather report.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Senate select committee on MIAs and POWs Affairs heard more testimony today on possibility that POWs were left behind.
(Capitol Hill, Washington: Carl Rochelle) Officials say Americans were left behind in Vietnam War, but committee is not any closer to finding MIAs or bringing them home. [Excerpt press conference: Richard ARMITAGE, Former Assistant Defense Secretary, Excerpt press conference: Richard CHILDRESS, Former NSC (National Security Council) Staff Member, Excerpt speech: Ross PEROT.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Researchers discover tuberculosis bacteria that resists treatment.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Expanding HIV testing in hospitals.
(Baltimore: Andrew Holtz) 10% of hospitals should make HIV tests routine.. [Interview: Dr. Robert JANSEN, Centers for Disease Control, Interview: Dr. Thomas QUINN, Johns Hopkins Medical Center, Interview: Dr. Phillip PIERCE, Georgetown University Medical Center.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Composer John Cage passes away at 79.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Los Angeles firefighter falls through roof of a burning roof, but is not hurt.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Former CIA spy master Clair George testified that he did not lie to the Senate Intelligence Committee about the Iran Contra affair .
(Studio: Susan Rook) T.J. Jemison, Baptist Minister, pleads innocent regarding Mike Tyson rape trial.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Youngsters in inner-city Newark, New Jersey have taken to stealing cars.
(Newark, N.J.: Jim Hill) Teens ram police cars with stolen cars. Up to forty cars are stolen each day. Many suspects never jailed due to limited juvenile facilities. [Interview: Robert MILLER, Auto Theft Task Force, Interview: Chief Edward PALARDY, West Orange, N.J. Police Department, Interview: unnamed CITIZENS, Interview: Drew RUOTOLO, Union Country Prosecutor.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) In California, prison officials and private industries working together to provide prisoners with job skills.
(San Quentin, CA: Don Knapp) Inmates gaining job training in Joint Ventures program with private industries. Opponents of program worry that inmates taking jobs from civilians. California saves money because inmates have less chance of returning to prison. [Interview: John LUMPKINS, inmate worker, Interview: Daniel VASQUEZ, San Quentin Warden, Interview: Jack HENNING, California Labor Federation, Interview: unnamed business OWNER, Interview: Noreen BIONLEN, California Department of Corrections, Interview: Carl MCQUILLION, inmate worker.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Senator Mark Hatfield rebuked by ethics committee for failing to disclose more than $42,000 worth in gifts.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduces sports.
(Studio: Fred Hickman) Sports headlines include baseball.
(Studio: Susan Rook) EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) aims to enforce new rules on car emissions.
(Washington: Jeanne Meserve) Inspectors have conflict of interests leading to bad inspections. Pressure from service industries lead to higher quality equipment, the Dinomometer. [Remarks: Dick WILSON, EPA, Interview: David DRIESSEN, Natural Resources Defense Council, Interview: U.T. BROWN, Service Station Owner.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Consumer group, Public Citizen, says that people may be spending more than necessary on gas. Advertising stating higher octane gas is better is false. Opposition disputes this claim.
(Studio: Susan Rook) California summer camp for American Indians.
(California: Robert Vito) Summer program for Native American children to overcome racism. Program stresses pride in their heritage and science and computer skills. [Interview: unnamed STUDENT, Interview: Richard ETTINGER, Program Founder, Interview: Catrina RIZZO, Student, Interview: Janet LAWRENCE, Teacher, Interview: unnamed PARENTS.]