Friday, May 14, 1999 Published at 18:08 GMT 19:08 UK
First Lady visits refugees
A combined KLA and US flag at a refugee camp
President Clinton's wife, Hillary, has been visiting Kosovo refugee camps in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
"I want to send a message to the refugees that we do not intend to let the evil which Milosevic perpetrated against these people keep them away from their homeland and their homes," Mrs Clinton said.
BBC Correspondent in Macedonia Jim Fish says the visit is an important gesture for the Americans and a way of reminding Americans of the huge humanitarian crisis.
The UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan has also announced his intention to visit refugee camps next week.
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Red Cross returns
The International Red Cross is going back to Kosovo for the first time since the start of the Nato bombing campaign.
They said their main task would be to find out what was needed in Kosovo and to assess the state of the roads there with a view to bringing in larger convoys.
The team has no military escort, but the BBC Correspondent in Geneva, Claire Doole, says the Red Cross has had verbal assurances from President Milosovic that it will be protected from attack.
It is sending a humanitarian mission to Yugoslavia on Saturday, for the first time since the Nato airstrikes began seven weeks ago.
The mission's leader, the Undersecretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Sergio Vieira de Mello, said they had been assured of unhindered access.
Meanwhile, two Australian aid workers in Yugoslavia have been charged with spying.
Soon after his arrest, Mr Pratt appeared on state television to say he had been involved in acquiring intelligence.
His colleagues said he was acting under duress, and the Australian Government has described the charges as preposterous.
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