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Wednesday, May 7, 1997 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: Health care worker injuries.
1997-05-07

A low level Bosnian Serb police reservist has been found guilty by the Hague for war crimes and crimes against humanity.

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Amy is joined by David Rohde to discuss the war in the former Yugoslavia as well as the trials of war criminals. Rohde discusses the massacre in Serbenica and the issue of responsibility for these murders. Rohde believes a lasting peace is possible but believes that Serbs must be informed about the crimes of their leadership.

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- David Rohde–pulitzer prize winning journalist and author.

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