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Crisis in Yugoslavia

War Wrap-Up

April 29, 1999

A roundup of events as NATO airstrikes continue in Yugoslavia:

* Washington: House votes to limit Clinton's authority to use ground forces.

* Surdulica, Yugoslavia: Serbia says at least 16 were killed by NATO bomb.

* Athens: Greek woman is killed when terrorists bomb hotel to protest airstrikes.

* Belgrade: Serbia halves fuel ration to just over 5 gallons a car each month.

Fact Sheet: Percentage of Americans who think U.S. will get into ground war in Yugoslavia (ABC/ Washington Post poll): 62

* Belgrade: Yugoslav Deputy Premier Vuk Draskovic is fired after calling for a compromise with NATO and criticizing President Slobodan Milosevic and his politically powerful wife.

Flight Forecast

Partly cloudy over Belgrade today, Friday and Saturday.

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