Nato intensifies its bombing campaign against Yugoslavia, hitting government buildings in central Belgrade and key bridges. As the strikes continue, the flow of refugees from Kosovo increases massively. The appearance on Belgrade TV of three US soldiers captured by Serbia on the Macedonian border brings a new emphasis to the conflict for Americans.
Follow the second week of the Nato campaign in this day-by-day guide. Read the main stories, BBC analysis and the best video and audio clips.
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Nato strikes: Day 14 (6 April)
Serbs declare unilateral ceasefire Yugoslavia declares a ceasefire after the heaviest Nato bombardment of Serbia so far. The offer is dismissed by both the US and the UK.
Kosovo aid frustrated by delays Aid agencies press the Macedonian authorities to speed up the processing of refugees trapped on their border. Cruise missiles pound Belgrade for the third consecutive night.
Massive relief effort under way International efforts gather pace to help the tens of thousands of refugees flooding out of Kosovo. Macedonia agrees to let Nato allies set up a camp for up to 100,000 people stranded on the border.
Heart of Belgrade bombed Cruise missiles wreck government buildings in the centre of Belgrade in a dramatic escalation of Nato operations, as tens of thousands of refugees continue to pour out of Kosovo.
Refugee exodus 'out of control' A sharp increase is reported in the exodus of refugees from Kosovo, as Nato says more than a third of the province's population has fled. The UN refugee agency says the refugee situation is reaching nightmare proportions.
Serbs capture US soldiers Three US soldiers are captured on the Macedonian border and shown on Belgrade TV. Nato air assaults intensify, destroying a key bridge in the city of Novi Sad, the first major civilian target hit.
Serbia bombed Full BBC coverage of the first week of Nato's action with links to original stories, transcripts + BBC audio and video reports.
BBC reports include: First raids, reports of scorched earth policy in Kosovo, Nato loses Stealth fighter, refugees tell stories of atrocities, Nato starts round-the-clock
air attacks, Russian mediation comes to nothing.
Build-up to conflict
Timeline Details of the negotiations at Rambouillet, the earlier massacre at Racak and the history of the conflict stretching back to March 1998. With links to original stories, transcripts, BBC audio and video reports.