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Friday, April 30, 1999 Published at 11:47 GMT 12:47 UK


World: Europe

Belgrade under fire - in pictures



Nato's most intensive night of air strikes against Belgrade hit a number of military targets but some missiles landed in civilian areas.


[ image: The morning after: A soldier patrols outside the bombed army HQ]
The morning after: A soldier patrols outside the bombed army HQ


[ image: The police HQ was also a target]
The police HQ was also a target


[ image: Emergency servies in Belgrade raced to bombed buildings]
Emergency servies in Belgrade raced to bombed buildings


[ image: A wounded firefighter is stretchered away from the Army HQ]
A wounded firefighter is stretchered away from the Army HQ


[ image: But not all missiles hit military targets. A residential street was blown up]
But not all missiles hit military targets. A residential street was blown up


[ image: Under rubble: Belgrade civilians count the cost]
Under rubble: Belgrade civilians count the cost






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