NATO missiles hit Aleksinac

The central residential area of the southern Serbian town of Aleksinac is seen after it was hit Tuesday April 6, 1999 by a NATO missiles. NATO carried out its most extensive night of air raids against Yugoslav forces but admitted Tuesday that one of its weapons may have missed its target in an attack in which Serbian media say five people died. Allied planes targeted transportation links and communication sites Tuesday across Yugoslavia, and local officials said a NATO attack on the coal mining town of Aleksinac in southern Serbia had killed five civilians and injured at least 30 others.(Photo by Yugoslav Army/RL)
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