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Sunday, May 23, 1999 Published at 15:28 GMT 16:28 UK


Kosovo crisis: Day 61 in pictures

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An electricity generating station at Veliki Crljeni, not far from Belgrade, in the aftermath of the latest Nato air-strikes.

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A Belgrade baker waits for customers by candle light. Most of the Yugoslav capital has been left without power for the past two days.

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After intensified Nato raids, black smoke rises from an industrial area in Smederevo, 55 km east of Belgrade.

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Thousands of men have been crossing into Albania, bringing tales of atrocities committed by Serb forces in Kosovo.

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The men weep with relief as they leave Yugoslavia behind them, and begin the search for their families.

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An ethnic Albanian refugee hangs out her laundry at a camp in Kukes, northern Albania. About 100,000 refugees are camped around the town.

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