TUESDAY 27 APRIL
NATO massacres at least 20 civilians when it
bombs the village of Surdulica, Serbia. The youngest victim is
three years old. "We found the head of a child in a garden
and many limbs in the mud," says one survivor. NATO claims it
has had "a good day".
WEDNESDAY 28 APRIL
Bombs kill four, including two small
children, in a Gypsy settlement in the Prizren area. One person
killed in the Podgorica area.
THURSDAY 29 APRIL
A 61 year old woman, Paska Juncaj, murdered
by NATO cluster bomb dropped in Montenegro.
FRIDAY 30 APRIL
Montenegran village of Murino is hit by ten
missiles. Five people killed, including two children. Four Kosovan
Albanians blown up in Ariljaca, near Pristina. Another ethnic
Albanian dies of shrapnel wounds after nearby Medvedce was hit.
Planes bomb homes near Belgrade University. Three are killed,
including one man cut in two when a bomb hits his car. One person
killed and 17 injured when bombs blast Trstenik in Serbia.
SATURDAY 1 MAY
Sixty people massacred, including children,
when a passenger bus on the Lujane Bridge, near Pristina, is hit
(victim pictured above). The bomb slices the bus-full of mothers
and children-in half. Journalists witness 15 burned bodies in the
charred remnants of the bus. Eyewitnesses say the plane then bombs
the bridge and bus a SECOND time. Bombers kill five people when
missiles strike the Kurilo district of Prizren, Kosovo.
SUNDAY 2 MAY
A woman is killed during the bombing of the
town of Mitrovica.
MONDAY 3 MAY
Reports of NATO blowing up a second bus in
Kosovo within the space of 72 hours, butchering at least ten