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Thursday, March 25, 1999

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  • International Implications of Kosovo

    Bracing for a second day of NATO attacks, Yugoslav authorities said today that 10 people had been killed and 38 wounded in yesterday’s waves of strikes intended to force a peace pact with rebels in Kosovo. Air raid sirens blared today and the state news agency reported more fighting in Kosovo.

  • Pinochet Decision Explained

    After deliberating for nearly seven weeks, Britain’s House of Lords yesterday denied former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet absolute immunity from prosecution, meaning he must remain in Britain while a Spanish judge tries to have him extradited.