Midnight: Nato aircraft strike at two oil depots in Nis, causing huge fires and damaging nearby homes
12.15am: Tanjug says Nato missiles hit the area around Prahovo in eastern Serbia, injuring one person.
8.30am: Thousands of refugees reported to be stranded in Serbia after Macedonia abruptly closed the frontier on Wednesday evening.
11am: "G8" foreign ministers from Western powers and Russia, meet in Bonn to outline a Kosovo peace plan that could be endorsed by the United Nations.
11.50am: Air raid alert sounds in Belgrade.
2pm: US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright reasserts that Nato must be the core of a Kosovo force.
3pm: Explosions heard in and around Novi Sad.
2.40pm: Ms Albright says US still wants all Yugoslav forces to pull out of Kosovo.
3pm: Russia says Nato presence in Kosovo not possible without Belgrade's agreement.
3.15pm: The G8 foreign ministers adopt general principles on the political solution to the Kosovo crisis.
5.40pm: President Bill Clinton leaves Germany for Washington.Reuse content