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Monday, April 5, 1999

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    NATO missiles hit an air base, army and police facilities in the Yugoslav capital Belgrade early today, local media and eyewitnesses reported. Belgrade has become a major target for NATO air raids in recent days, after the alliance announced plans to intensify its campaign against Yugoslavia. [includes rush transcript]

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