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(Washington) - About five hundred civilians died in ninety separate incidents as a result of NATO bombing in Yugoslavia last year. The Human Rights Watch estimate of the number of incidents is far higher than what the U.S. Defense Department and other…
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The U.S. Defense Department review of the NATO bombing campaign in Yugoslavia shows that the alliance has failed to learn from its mistakes in killing civilians. The Pentagon review, released today in the course of Defense Secretary William Cohen's…
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Human Rights Watch sent a letter to Secretary General Javier Solana expressing concern at the mounting civilian casualties in NATO's air war against Yugoslavia. In particular, Human Rights Watch raised serious concerns about whether NATO is targeting…
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Human Rights Watch condemned NATO's use of cluster bombs in the air campaign against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The duds that are left inside cluster bombs effectively turn into landmines," said Joost Hiltermann, director of the Arms Division of…