The Balkans: Web Links
Shut down April 2, 1999, was one of Belgrade's few independent media outlets. Free B92 has links to Radio B92 news and provides information on how to support the station and other free media in Yugoslavia.
Center for Strategic Studies: Crisis in Kosovo
The Center conducts public policy research and has developed a resource page encompassing all of its Kosovo analyses and links to other resources.
The Digital Journalist: David Brauchli's Kosovo Diary
An Associated Press photojournalist gives his personal account of the Albanian crisis through photos and diary entries.
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
The official Web site of Yugoslavian government.
Global Perspective: Bosnia, Kosovo
History and background on the conflict in Bosnia and Kosovo from CLASS.com, a web site offering high school courses from the Division of Continuing Studies Independent Study High School at the University of Nebraska -- Lincoln.
International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
Read bulletins and other documents from the War Crimes Tribunal.
International Red Cross
provides information about relief efforts in the Balkans and includes a section to help reunite families separated by the Kosovo crisis.
Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Accounts from reporters throughout the Balkans.
Kosovo Relief Agencies
An updated list of international relief organizations helping the refugees from Kosovo.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
NATO provides a map of the zones of control under the Dayton agreement and a fact sheet on SFOR ground components in Bosnia.
Office of the High Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The High Representative is responsible for implementation of the 1995 Dayton agreement, which ended the 3 1/2-year war in Bosnia.
Radio Antena M
This free radio station of Montenegro, the smaller of Yugoslavia's two republics which has taken a middle position in the war, broadcasts 18 hours of original programming and carries Serb-Croat news from Radio Free Europe, Voice of America, BBC, Radio France International, and Radio B92.
This site is maintained by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and features information about relief efforts in Kosovo and the Balkans.
A database in Albanian to help people locate their relatives displaced by the war.
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Daily updates and figures on the latest refugee movements in the region and a digest, as reported by international media, of the latest refugee news.
U.S. State Department
The official site of the State Department site offers press briefings, statements and documents relating to the Kosovo crisis.
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