12.30am: Authorities in Aleksinac, 106 miles from Belgrade, say five people killed in Nato attack.
10am: Russia sends first batch of aid.
10.30am: 1,000 Kosovo refugees arrive in Turkey after being flown from Macedonia.
1pm: World Red Cross movement says it is launching $68m appeal.
4pm: Yugoslavia declares unilateral truce in Kosovo for Orthodox Easter.
4.10pm: Britain demands withdrawal of Serb forces and an international force to supervise the return of all refugees to Kosovo.
4.15pm: The US says it will temporarily house 20,000 refugees at naval base at Guantanamo, Cuba.
4.55pm: Sweden agrees to take up to 5,000 Kosovo Albanian refugees.
5pm: Yugoslav Deputy Prime Minister Vuk Draskovic asks refugees to return home immediately in light of the ceasefire.
5.30pm: Britain dismisses Yugoslav truce offer as a diplomatic ploy. US also rejects offer.