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Stanko Cerovic Serbian writer and member of the International Parliament of Writers

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General criticises strategy

SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC could still achieve his goal of the mass deportation of Kosovo Albanians despite Nato's air campaign, the alliance's top general Klaus Naumann said yesterday.

Television Review: Correspondent

CORRESPONDENT (Sat BBC2) always gets off to a bad start: over a shifting montage of photographs of world leaders and events, a series of BBC voices announce "Reporting from Washington", "Reporting from Phnom Penh", and so on. This is about as evocative of the variety of global culture as a T-shirt that reads "My parents went to [fill in name of exotic location] and all I got was this lousy T-shirt".

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THANK YOU so much for the ever-civilised, delightful Michael Bywater. I laughed like a drain at his column "Going, going, gone" (Review, 18 April), as he took our so-called "leaders" vigorously to task.

War in the Balkans: Briefing: Day 30

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THE PRIME Minister said yesterday that a Nato land force invasion of Kosovo remained an option.

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