12.30pm: Authorities in Aleksinac, 106 miles from Belgrade, say five people killed in Nato attack.
4pm: Yugoslavia declares unilateral truce in Kosovo for Orthodox Easter.
5pm: Yugoslav Deputy Prime Minister, Vuk Draskovic, asks refugees to return home immediately in light of the ceasefire.
5.30pm: Britain and US dismiss the Yugoslav truce offer as a diplomatic ploy.
6pm: Nato frustrated by Serbian "cat and mouse tactics" but says Milosovic tanks running out of fuel.
7.15pm: Air-raid sirens sound in Belgrade 15 minutes after Serb "ceasefire" begins.
8.30pm: The KLA publishes the names of 178 Kosovo Albanians it said had been executed by Yugoslav firing squads.
8.40pm: Six explosions near Batinica military airport north of Belgrade.
9pm: Yugoslav television carries reports of Nato air strikes at Uzice, 120km south-west of Belgrade, and in Cacak, site of a suspected munitions plant.
11.30: Air strikes reported around Pristina; at the industrial town of Pancevo; Studio B television claims missile hits residential district in Podgorica, the Montenegrin capital.Reuse content