Saturday, October 10, 1998 Published at 04:51 GMT 05:51 UK
'No progress' in Kosovo
Thousands of ethnic Albanians have been made homeless
The American special envoy, Richard Holbrooke, is holding another session of talks in Belgrade to try to break the deadlock over the Serbian province of Kosovo.
Mr Holbrooke was in Kosovo earlier on Saturday for talks with ethnic Albanian leaders. Afterwards, he said there had been no progress in the last 24 hours of negotiations.
Nato Secretary General Javier Solana has said all preparations for possible air strikes have been completed.
Correspondents say no Nato decision on air strikes is expected until after the German cabinet meets on Monday.
Mr Holbrooke is thought to be trying to negotiate a 'Dayton II' agreement, which would involve the deployment of peace-keeping ground troops in the province.
The international community has unanimously rejected independence for the province, fearing it would increase instability across the south-east Balkans.
Mr Milosevic expressed confidence on Friday that Yugoslavia's arguments would prevail over what he described as Nato's "warlike intentions"
The UN demands to Yugoslavia
Mr Holbrooke is insisting the Serbian authorities meet six demands in order to comply with the UN resolutions: