Victims of massacre laid to rest

THEY BURIED them on a north-facing slope in a field of wild herbs, overlooking the site of the massacre. There were 64 in total and the graves, piled high with brown soil, were laid out in a grid. The youngest was that of a four-year-old child.

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Liberation of Kosovo: War crimes - Women's bodies found in stream

THE BRITISH forensic team investigating war crimes in Kosovo has uncovered almost 80 decomposing bodies, some of them of women and children, in a stream outside the village of Blacrvka, the Foreign Secretary, Robin Cook, said in New York yesterday.

Leading Article: A token gesture that highlights our failures

IT ALL sounds very honourable. It all sounds oh-so-thoughtful. In reality, however, the proposal that Britain should introduce a special remembrance day for the Holocaust should be seen for what it is: tokenism.

Kuwaiti Sheikh to fight ruling

SHEIKH Fahad Al-Sabah - the member of Kuwait's royal family caught in a web of financial intrigue - plans to appeal against last week's High Court ruling which found him party to the misappropriation of $900m (pounds 560m) from the Kuwait Investment Office, writes Peter Koenig.

Beeb beaming after well planned coup de grass

WE WERE not expecting a huge story in the opening week of Wimbledon but we got one. And the BBC did their utmost to bring the shock news to the nation. It began with Des Lynam interrupting his prepared spiel in his Wimbledon eyrie, and rolled on through all the main bulletins on BBC1. It was also headline news on Ceefax - yes, the BBC had actually retained some broadcasting rights to a sport by winning a new five-year contract for Wimbledon.

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to know exactly what has happened during and before the two-and-a-half months since the international observers were withdrawn and Slobodan Milosevic's forces had the run of the place.

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Monitor: The Sunday papers review the Balkans peace agreement

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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.

War In The Balkans - The Leaders: Clinton: can't salute but sure commands

FROM THE moment Slobodan Milosevic rejected Nato's terms for agreement at Rambouillet in March and Nato embarked on its military operation, President Bill Clinton was adamant that the use of military force was justified.
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