Saturday, June 5, 1999 Published at 21:33 GMT 22:33 UK
KLA highlights struggle for survival
A wounded KLA soldier after returning from the front line
By Peter Biles in Tirana
A video just brought out of the province by the Kosovo Liberation Army reveals the lack of any proper medical facilities to treat the sick and wounded.
It shows people living in the open and there is also further evidence of civilians having been killed during the period since the Nato air strikes began.
Inadequate medical care
This video filmed by the KLA shows the rudimentary inadequate medical care available to the victims of this conflict.
One man who had been shot in the leg is suffering from severe gangrene.
His foot needs to be amputated but the operation cannot be performed.
Doctors have fled
A health co-ordinator for the Kosovo Albanians, Shaip Muja, said he thought there had been 2,000 doctors in Kosovo before the war but 95% of them had now fled into exile.
These are the people who have been under the protection of the KLA in the pockets of countryside still controlled by the rebels.
Additional footage of dead victims of the war show half a dozen men who have been shot and left lying where they fell - both inside buildings and outside in the woods.
Here again, the KLA maintains these people were civilians who were killed by the Serbs.
This video is but a small illustration of what the international peace-keeping force may encounter when troops first go into Kosovo.
It also highlights the immediate need for aid convoys to relieve the suffering of the internally displaced as soon as possible.
This week, refugees arriving in Albania said there was no food left in some Kosovo villages.