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Wednesday, June 2, 1999

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  • War and Peace Report

    Today, NATO says it is continuing to hit Serb forces hard. In the latest bombing runs, the alliance says it used a significant amount of artillery. The heaviest strikes were in southwestern Kosovo, where heavy fighting continues between Serb forces and the Kosovo Liberation Army.

  • Kosovo Liberation Army

    Kosovo rebels engaged in a major offensive have received their first known NATO air support in an unsuccessful bid to seize Serbian territory along the Albanian border, according to U.S. intelligence and military officials.