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Saturday, April 3, 1999 Published at 15:54 GMT 16:54 UK


World: Europe

The Balkan drama in pictures



Nato air strikes hit the heart of Yugoslavia's capital Belgrade in the early hours of Saturday.


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The main Nato targets in central Belgrade.


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Serbian television showed pictures of babies and their mothers being evacuated from a nearby hospital.


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A Kosovo Albanian boy looks back through a bus window as he crosses the border with Macedonia.


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Kosovo Albanians forced from their homes, gather on the railway track 20km west of Skopje, after being transported to the border by train.


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A family of refugees huddles together for warmth and protection from the weather after spending their first night in the open.


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French humanitarian aid arrives in Skopje on Friday. The cargo consisted 24 tons of medicines, food and clothes.


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Reaching out for milk delivered by aid workers at Blace on the Macedonian border.


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British soldiers carry tents to set up a refugee camp near Bojane, 25km from the Macedonian border.


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Macedonian workers erect tents to house refugees at Radusha, near Skopje.





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