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V Beorpapy je 26. anpnna caxpaeuo ec1 papunka


Papno-1eneansnje Cpnje, uajaehe nuqopa1naue ky-
he y CPJ. Oun cy ynjeun y uanapy opeue aanjanje
HATO-a, 23. anpnna y paun jy1an ca1na. parau
ykoanh je y 1o apee papno y openey enek1pou-
cke rpaqnuke opape n cao je nrpo cnyuaja nserao
cp1 y uohn kapa je HATO ynjao cnoopy nuqopn-
caa. Hsa era
npnnapunn ueau-
ke npoaue opraun-
sanje Mnp opax"
kojn cy ponn pa
npyxe noppky ua-
popna CPJ, ppxe
aennkn 1paucna-
peu1 ua koe je ro-
ny npa. a nn y
apee kapa rona cn-
na pyn n ynja no
Jyrocnaanjn, 1aj
cnon jo yaek ue-
koe oxa pa yspp-
a caaec1? Capa,
kapa ce y pexnjn
c1pa1era HATO-a
cae pena1nansyje
cao je nn1ae ape-
eua kapa he caakn
rpaaunu CPJ, es
osnpa ua c1apocuy
po n1n nporna-
eu sa nern1nun"
aojun nn.
WE ARE ALL TARGETS
The funerals of six employees of the largest Yugoslav TV
network (RTS) were held yesterday - April 26th - in
Belgrade. They fell victim of the NATO air raid on April
23rd. The night that NATO was killing the freedom of infor-
mation, Dragan Sukovic worked the night shift in the elec-
tronic graphics department and survived by sheer chance.
Members of the German peace organization "Peace Now"
that came to offer
their support to the
people of FR
Yugoslavia, are
holding a sign with
the peace dove.
Can this symbol
still awaken any-
one's conscience
in times when
brute force is sow-
ing death and
destruction
throughout
Yugoslavia? Now
that NATO strate-
gy-makers are
making all human
values relative, it's
only a matter of
time when every
citizen of
Yugoslavia, regard-
less of age, shall
be proclaimed a
"legitimate" mili-
tary target.
HPEC UEHTAP BOJCKE JVFOCABHJE
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Ten./qakc/ 32-39-553 u 32-43-576
27. anpun 1999. ropuue
HEBHH DPE|RE
npojek1una.
VXHUE: (03,30) Tpu ekcnnosuje peruc1poeaue ua pe-
kpeauuouo-sppaec1eeuoV ueu1py Uuro1a ua 8na1uo-
py.
KOCJEPHT:(01,15) Peruc1poeauo pejc1eo aeuoua no
1oV rpapuhy y sanapuoV peny Cpuje.
BEOFPA: (00,10) Lec1 npojek1una ucnaneuo no ce-
ny Benu no1ok uepaneko op rnaeuor rpapa u ppyru
ny1 aeujauuja pejc1eoeana no HocnoeuoV ueu1py
Vmhe.
BAUKA TOHOA: (01,35) Ha Ve1u pejc1ea uo Voc1 -
25 Vaj - y 1oV rpapy.
BEOUHH: (03,30) Ha rpap je ucnaneuo eume npojek-
1una.
HPHLTHHA: (03,10) Fpapoeu u cena y jyuoj cpnckoj
nokpajuuu uenpec1auo cy usnoeuu pejc1ey HATO
aeujauuje. V uohamuuV pejc1euVa Ve1a uanapa unu
cy eaue, Hpum1uua, Benaheeau, mec1po cepaV npo-
jek1una ucnaneuo je ua Kocoeo Hone, mec1 ua aepo-
ppoV Cna1uua, a ra|aua je u Kocoecka Mu1poeuua.
EJCTBO HATO AFPECOPA HO UH-
BHHHM H HPHBPEHHM OBJEKTH-
MA 26. H V HOTH H8METV 26. H 27.
AHPHA 1999. FOHHE
Tpupece1 ue1ep1u pau op noue1ka arpecuje ua CPJ
npo1ekao je, yrnaeuoV, y pejc1ey HATO aeujauuje no
VuoruV Vec1uVa y ueu1panuoV peny seVne u
yuy1pamuoc1u. Tyueuu cy eeh pauuje ra|auu ojek1u
op eauoc1u sa uueunuo c1auoeuum1eo.
HOBH CA: (12,55) Ca pea npojek1una nouoeo ra|au
TB pene1u1op ua HpumkoV eeuuy.
VUHH: (14,55) Ca eume npojek1una HATO aeujauuja
pejc1oeana no 1oV rpapy ua upuoropckoV npuVopjy.
COMBOP: (23,50) HATO aeujauuja pejc1eoeana, no ko
sua koju ny1, ca cepaV npojek1una.
BAUKA HAAHKA: (02,50) Horo|eu Voc1 koju cnaja 1aj
rpap ca HnokoV ua xpea1ckoj c1pauu.
KPAEBO: (23,57) Me1a uanapa nouoeo je uo aepo-
ppoV y ceny a|eeuu. Hcnaneuo 15-20
0OTO
YUGOSLAV ARMY PRESS CENTER
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Tel./fax/ 32-39-553 and 32-43-576
April 27
th
1999
DAILY REVIEW
UZICE: (03:30) Three explosions have been registered
in the zone of the Cigota Health Center on Mt. Zlatibor.
KOSJERIC: (01:15) The small town in western Serbia
has been raided by NATO aircraft.
BEOGRAD: (00:10) Six missiles have been fired at the
village of Beli Potok in the outskirts of the Yugoslav capi-
tal and the Usce Business Center has been hit for the
second time.
BEOCIN: (03:30) Several missiles have been launched
on this town in the province of Vojvodina.
PRISTINA: (03:10) Many towns and villages in the south-
ern Serbian province were relentlessly targeted by NATO
air force. Last night the hit list included the towns of
Lebane, Pristina and Belacevac; half a dozen missiles
were fired at the town of Kosovo Polje, six at the Slatina
Airport in Pristina, and Kosovska Mitrovica was also raid-
ed tonight.
NATO raids on industrial and civilian
facilities on April 26th and in the night
between April 26th and 27th 1999
On the 34th day of the aggression on FR Yugoslavia,
NATO air raids were mostly concentrated on towns and
localities in central Yugoslavia. Civilian targets that have
been previously shelled have been newly hit.
NOVI SAD: (12:55) Once again the TV relay tower on
Iriski Venac Peak has been targeted with two missiles.
ULCINJ: (14:55) A number of missiles have been fired by
NATO planes in the raid on this small town on the south-
ern Montenegrin coast.
SOMBOR: (23:50) The town in northern Serbia has been
newly attacked by NATO planes that launched seven
missiles.
BACKA PALANKA: (02:50) The bridge linking this town
to the other bank of the Danube and the town of Ilok in
Croatia has been hit.
KRALJEVO: (23:57) The airport in the village of Ladjevci
has been targeted once again. Some 15-20 missiles
have been fired.
YUGO8LAVA
April 26./27. 1999.