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Monday, May 31, 1999 Published at 10:08 GMT 11:08 UK


World: Europe

Picture gallery: Nato destruction




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A man steers his boat past the destroyed Velika Morava bridge


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Plumes of smoke rise above the Belgrade skyline


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Nato bombed tobacco factory in Nis


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Bombed satellite dishes - most of the country's TV transmitters have been destroyed


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A man examines a destroyed radio relay antenna


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People cook outside as much of Belgrade is without electricity


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Nato planes drop leaflets intended to undermine morale of Yugoslav troops. Leaflet reads: "A thousand bombs ... and the will, the power and the support of the world to keep dropping them at your units!"




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