Victims of massacre laid to rest

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Kuwaiti Sheikh to fight ruling

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Leading Article: Truth is always the best basis for reconciliation

THE INTEREST in massacres, murders and dead bodies in Kosovo may seem tasteless, but it is justified. It is important to know exactly what has happened during and before the two-and-a-half months since the international observers were withdrawn and Slobodan Milosevic's forces had the run of the place.

With a little generosity, we could end the Balkan nightmare

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Letter: Slogans which make no sense

GEOFFREY ROBERTSON may be right in stating that international criminal justice can be fair, but if this is the case it is certainly not demonstrated by the indictment of Slobodan Milosevic ("No right without wrong, no peace without justice", 30 May).

Football: Republic confident of escaping censure

REPUBLIC OF IRELAND officials are optimistic that Uefa, football's European governing body, will not throw them out of Euro 2000 as punishment for the Irish government's refusal to grant visas to Yugoslav players.

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