RUSSIA: CROWDS MARCH ON U.S EMBASSY IN MOSCOW TO PROTEST AGAINST NATO INTERVENTION IN BOSNIAN CONFLICTRecord ID: 639698
- Title: RUSSIA: CROWDS MARCH ON U.S EMBASSY IN MOSCOW TO PROTEST AGAINST NATO INTERVENTION IN BOSNIAN CONFLICT
- Date: 17th September 1995
- Summary: MOSCOW, RUSSIA (SEPTEMBER 17, 1995) (RTV - ACCESS ALL) 1. SLV PROTESTERS GATHERING BEFORE MARCH 0.05 2. SV PROTESTERS SINGING RELIGIOUS RUSSIAN ORTHODOX HYMNS 0.14 3. SLV PROTESTERS COLLECTING MONEY TO BE DONATED TO BOSNIAN SERBS/CU RUSSIAN BROOCH ON PROTESTER'S JACKET (2 SHOTS) 0.22 4. SV ANTI-UNITED STATES PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON PLACARDS SIGN SAYS "KLINTON HITLER TODAY FOR SERBS" (ENGLISH) (2 SHOTS) 0.34 5. GV/SLV PROTESTERS WALKING, UNIFORMED COSSACKS AMONG THEM (2 SHOTS) 0.53 6. GV/SV PROTESTERS STANDING OUTSIDE EMBASSY SHOUTING "THE PACIFIC OCEAN WILL SWALLOW YOU (AMERICA) UP" (RUSSIAN) (4 SHOTS) 1.16 7. MCU UNIDENTIFIED PROTESTER ADDRESSING CROWD, CALLING ON RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT TO GIVE THE BOSNIAN SERBS ANTI-AIRCRAFT WEAPONS (RUSSIAN) 1.35 8. SV PROTESTERS CARRYING PORTRAITS OF LATE SOVIET LEADER JOSEF STALIN 1.37 9. SV UNIDENTIFIED SERB PROTESTER CALLING FOR MINUTE'S SILENCE IN MEMORY OF ALL ORTHODOX SERBS AND OTHERS KILLED IN YUGOSLAV CONFLICT (RUSSIAN) 1.55 10. PROTESTERS WITH PLACARDS 1.59 11. SLV POLICE STANDING BY BARRIERS AROUND EMBASSY 2.06 12. GV PROTESTERS GATHERED OUTSIDE EMBASSY 2.13 Initials Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved.
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- Location: MOSCOW, RUSSIA
- Country: Russia
- Duration: 00:02:13
- Story Text: About 1,000 people gathered at the United States (U.S.) Embassy in Moscow on Sunday (September 17) to protest against NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) intervention in the Bosnian conflict.
The demonstration was organised by the nationalist Russian-Serb Brotherhood, a Russian group which supports Bosnian Serbs as fellow Orthodox Christian believers and historical allies. The communist 'Russian Labour' party also took part in the demonstration.
Protesters marched along Moscow's central 'Garden Ring' road to the embassy, carrying Russian Orthodox banners, anti-United States President Bill Clinton placards and communist flags.
The protesters collected money for Bosnian Serbs.
A Serbian speaker addressed the crowd, calling for a minute's silence for all the Orthdox Serbs and others killed in Bosnia.
The demonstration was peaceful but about 40 police stood in front of the embassy, where security has been tightened since unknown assailants fired a grenade at the building on Moscow's main ring road last week.
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