The decision to bomb Serb television headquarters on 23 April was not a mistake officially, but was widely condemned in the West and viewed as a big error in the propaganda war. Yugoslavia says that 1,200 civilians have been killed and 5,000 injured since Nato's bombing began.
t 6 April: Nato's bombs kill at least five people and wound dozens in the residential area of Aleksinac, 150km south of Belgrade.
t 12 April: Nato hits a passenger train south of Belgrade. Yugoslavia says at least 30 died. Nato apologises for "uncanny accident".
t 14 April: Nato air strikes hit ethnic Albanian refugees in Kosovo road convoys. Yugoslavia reports 64 dead. Nato admits five days later it may have made mistakes.
t 23 April: Nato destroys Serbian state television building in central Belgrade, killing at least 10 people.
t 1 May: Nato missile hits bus at Luzane, north of Pristina. Serb TV says 39 people were killed.
t 7 May: Nato accidentally bombs the Chinese embassy in Belgrade, killing three people and wounding 20.Reuse content