Massacre of Innocents

Calabresi, Massimo; Anastasijevic, Dejan
October 1998
Time International (South Pacific Edition);10/12/1998, Issue 41, p53
Describes the implications of a massacre in Donje Obrinje, Kosovo, on September 28, 1998. Number killed; Views of Fred Abrahams of Human Rights Watch; Response of the United States and European countries; Possible invasion by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO); Views of the United Nations Security Council; Previous massacre in Likosane; Defiance of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic; NATO's battle plan.


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