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Air attacks loom
closer in Kosovo
LIKOVAC, Yugoslavia (AP) -
Thousands of Kosovo Albanians,
some clutching no more than a blan
ket, fled a Yugoslav army offensive
Sunday that has spurred a last-ditch
U.S. mission to convince President
Slobodan Milosevic that NATO
attack threats are serious.
On the second straight day of
‘ army attacks on Kosovo rebel strong
holds, Washington dispatched senior
envoy Richard Holbrooke to meet
with the Yugoslav leader.
With NATO moving closer to
long-threatened airstrikes, U.S.
national security adviser Sandy
Berger said the Holbrooke mission
would be a “final effort for peace.”
Holbrooke will be accompanied
to the Yugoslav capital by U.S.,
European and Russian mediators
who participated in last week’s failed
Paris peace talks. Before arriving in
Belgrade, Holbrooke was to stop in
Brussels, Belgium, to confer with
NATO Secretary-General Javier
Holbrooke hopes to meet tonight
with Milosevic. Airstrikes are likely
to follow if the talks end with
Milosevic defiant on two counts: still
refusing a Kosovo peace plan and
persisting in pressing an offensive
against outgunned Kosovo rebels.
Solana consulted with allies on
airstrike plans Sunday, and an
alliance official said military action
could be launched “in the very near
J The official, speaking on condi
tion of anonymity, said the warning
time for NATO military forces to
attack has been reduced from 48
hours to just a few hours.
European leaders united Sunday
in their call for Milosevic to stop the
violence and accept die Kosovo peace
agreement or face a NATO air attack.
“We are ready to do it and
President Milosevic should not mis
understand that,” British Foreign
Secretary Robin Cook told the
British Broadcasting Corp. on
A top Yugoslav Army general said
Sunday the country’s troops are fully
prepared for any attack, the state
news agency Tanjug reported!
Gen. Nebojsa Pavkovic, in charge
of an army corps responsible for
Kosovo, visited a garrison in south
ern Serbia and said the units have
been prepared “to repel any aggres
sion against our country.”
Holbrooke’s trip to Belgrade
comes with Kosovo’s violence
spreading. In the provincial capital,
Pristina, which has remained relative
ly peaceful during the war, four Serb
policemen were killed and one was
wounded in a drive-by shooting
Sunday in a residential area.
It was the worst violence involv
ing Serbian police in the capital and
was likely to raise tensions danger
ously. Danica Marinkovic, a Sertr^
official investigating the shooting,
said the gunmen used automatic
weapons with Chinese-made bullets
typically used by the rebels.
Recent attacks against the insur
gents have again sent refugee totals
spiraling into the hundreds of thou
Holocaust survivor to
speak in Neihardt Hall
From staff reports
A man who lived through the
Holocaust is sharing his story with
the University of Nebraska
Cantor Leo Fettman of Omaha
will speak about his experiences at
8 p.m. in the Neihardt Residence
Center Blue TV Lounge.
Neihardt Council, the student
governing body of the hall, is
sponsoring the visit.
Fettman voluntarily goes to
schools and organizations to dis
pel theories that the Holocaust
Kristin Kruse, Neihardt
Council member and a freshman,
has heard Fettman speak about
three times. She said Fettman
wpuld show people the reality of
“He is the only surviving
member of his family,” she said.
Neihardt programming chair
woman Kristy Jacobberger said
the program would benefit anyone
“I definitely think that it’s
important for students who didn’t
live through that time period to
hear it first-hand.”
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