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Kosovo War, 1998-1999

LC control 99000446
LC classificationDR2087 DR2087.7
Topical headingKosovo War, 1998-1999
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Variant(s)Kosovo Conflict, 1998-1999
Kosovo Crisis, 1998-1999
Kosovo (Republic)--History--Civil War, 1998-1999
See alsoKosovo (Republic)--History--1980-2008
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Found inWork cat.: 99019044: Mertus, J. Kosovo : how myths and truths started a war, 1999.
"Yugoslav leader spurns demands of NATO commanders," Washington Post, Jan. 20, 1999: p. A1 (civil warfare)
"Top NATO generals to warn Milosevic," Washington Post, Jan. 18, 1999: p. A17 (resurgence of civil war; volatile conflict; crisis; in the wake of the bloodiest massacre since fighting erupted there 11 months ago)
Human Rights Watch WWW site, World Report 1999, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Jan. 22, 1999 (conflict)
Human Rights Watch WWW site, Jan. 22, 1999 ("Yugoslavia blocks war crimes investigation, war crimes; armed conflict ... Report shows seven-month pattern of Yugoslav government atrocities ... brutal war against civilians in Kosovo")
NATO/KFOR Online Homepage, WWW site, Feb. 4, 2003 ("On 10 June 1999, after an air campaign lasting seventy-seven days ... suspend NATO's air operations against Yugoslavia" ; "UN Security Council passed a resolution "UNSCR 1244" ... "political solution to the Kosovo crisis ...")
Wikipedia, Apr. 22, 2008 (Kosovo War or Kosovo Conflict ... used to describe two sequential and at times parallel armed conflicts in Kosovo. 1996-1999: conflict between Serbian and Yugoslav security forces and the Kosovo Liberation Army; 1999: war between Yugoslavia and NATO, Mar. 24-June 10, 1999)