8am: Nato attacks targets around Pristina.
9am: Yugoslavia reopens border with Macedonia.
11am: UN says it wants refugees to stay in the region.
2.30pm: Powerful explosions heard in southern Serbian towns of Nis and Kraljevo.
4pm: UK says aircraft carrier Invincible is going to Adriatic. US orders in 82 more planes.
5pm: Missiles hit Pristina airport and nearby Urossevac. Serbs say they destroyed third missile near Pristina.
6pm: Serb forces and KLA exchange gunfire near Albania border.
8pm: Thousands of refugees enter Albania.
Sunday 11 April
1am: Nato planes drop 2.5 million leaflets explaining why Serbia is under attack.
10.30am: Explosions in Pristina.
Noon: Albania says it will accept more Nato troops on its territory.
2pm: One of two Australian aid workers who disappeared in Serbia is shown on TV and quoted as apologising for Nato actions.
2.30pm: Serbs say a three-year old girl, her father and another civilian were killed overnight at Mirovac.
4pm: Serbs say they repelled incursion into Kosovo from Albania on Saturday night.
4.15pm: Nato says aerial photograph may show fresh mass graves at Orahovac, Kosovo.
4.30pm: US says Nato has stand-by plans to use ground troops, but insist that air campaign will be sufficient.
5pm: Serbs say unknown gunmen killed newspaper owner Slavko Curuvija, a critic of Slobodan Milosevic.
6.05pm: Two civilians reported killed in Albania by Serb mortar attack.Reuse content