Wednesday, May 26, 1999

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  • War and Peace Report

    Today was NATO’s busiest day of the air war so far. Allied officials say their pilots flew a record 650 sorties in the last 24 hours. Of those, about 40 percent were attack flights hitting tanks and artillery in Kosovo. Other targets include a presidential villa that had a command and control bunker. A police station and a train tunnel are also among the sites hit.

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    "The Look of Silence": Will New Film Force U.S. to Acknowledge Role in 1965 Indonesian Genocide?
    October 1 marks the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the 1965 genocide in Indonesia that left over one million people dead. Human rights groups are circulating petitions calling for the U.S. government to acknowledge its role in the genocide and to release CIA, military and other governmental records related to the mass killings. The United States provided the Indonesian army with financial, military and intelligence support at the time of the mass killings. Today we look at the pursuit of one Indonesian man confronting his...