NATO jets bombed an industrial zone, a key highway, a military airport and other targets across Yugoslavia today, while U.S. authorities released two Yugoslav prisoners of war. Serbian media reported today NATO attacked the Batajnica military airport northwest of Belgrade, a settlement in Central Serbia, a bridge and a factory. The state-run Tanjug news agency said the strikes damaged dozens of residential buildings, a bus station, a cigarette factory and a printing plant. There were no reports of casualties.
NATO Jets Bomb Multiple Targets Across Yugoslavia
HeadlineMay 18, 1999