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Crisis in Yugoslavia

War Wrap-Up

April 24, 1999

A roundup of events as NATO airstrikes continue in Yugoslavia:

* Washington: NATO vows to continue air war, tighten sanctions on Belgrade.

* Washington: Alliance leaders dismiss as inadequate a Russian peace plan.

* Podgorica: Montenegro's leader refuses to let Belgrade direct police.

* Macedonia: Kosovo's only Albanian language daily resumes limited publication.

Fact Sheet: Barrels of oil that Russia supplied daily to Yugoslavia before NATO began its bombing campaign: 12,000

* STOCKHOLM: Sweden received its first planeload of Kosovo refugees amid a bomb threat against the airport, police said. A father and son from Kosovo are greeted by a relative, above.

Flight Forecast

Partly cloudy in Belgrade through Monday.

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