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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.

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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.

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

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