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Thursday, June 8, 2000

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  • Microsoft Decision

    A federal judge yesterday "reluctantly" ordered Microsoft Corp. split in two, declaring the software giant an "untrustworthy" monopoly that refuses to abandon illegal business practices that crush competitors and harm consumers.

  • NATO’s War Crimes in Yugoslavia

    Amnesty International this week released a blistering attack on NATO, accusing it of committing serious violations of the rules of war, unlawful killings and — in the case of the bombing of Serbia’s television headquarters — a war crime. The report comes just a week after War Crimes Tribunal Prosecutor Carla Del Ponte announced she will not prosecute NATO for war crimes.