Katherine Butler

Katherine Butler is a journalist and former comment editor at The Independent.

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War in the Balkans: Atrocities - UN has `massive evidence of war crimes by Serbs'

UNITED NATIONS investigators stated publicly for the first time yesterday that they have evidence of "massive war crimes" committed by Serb forces in Kosovo. They said nobody, including Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic, was immune from prosecution.

Amnesty condemns failure to grant refugees official status refugees

War in the Balkans: International Law

War in the Balkans: Casualties - First US troops killed on Apache training mission

NATO STILL insisted yesterday that the alliance was winning the war, even as it confirmed that an Apache helicopter exploded in flames during training in Albania, killing two American crewmen.

War in the Balkans: Aid Effort - Refugees on verge of riot in the camps

REFUGEES PENNED into squalid, overcrowded Macedonian camps were on the verge of rioting yesterday as reports emerged of what could be Kosovo's worst massacre yet.

War In The Balkans: Fuel Supplies - Nato states supply oil to Serbia

THE YUGOSLAV state oil company is still taking direct deliveries of refined products from European Union countries including Britain.

Illnesses 'caused by El Al jet crash'

AN OFFICIAL report on the 1992 crash of an El Al jet into a block of flats in Amsterdam has found a "direct link" between the crash and the medical problems of residents of the suburb where the cargo plane came down.

Jamaica erupts in fuel price rioting

VIOLENT PROTESTS, looting and shootings triggered by a hike in fuel prices brought Jamaica to a standstill yesterday. Foreign airlines cancelled flights into Kingston after disturbances that left one woman dead and at least six other people wounded.
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