For starter let's see, what does the wolf say?
NATO's site was sometimes unavailable, apparently because of a daily barrage by thousands of e-mails from hackers in Belgrade, which made their system crash.
The BBC offers live audio coverage and many articles on Kosovo, as well as "Kosovo Conflict on the Web," with BBC News Online's guide to how the conflict is being represented on the Web.
How could one side "sign a treaty" while the other side is simply missing?
More opposition references:
This Serb site provides an immediate responses to various Serbian and international news reports, a timetable of the day's air raids, photos of the destruction in Kosovo and a child's plea for peace.
This is one of the few places to find dispatches, translated into English, from dissident journalists within Serbia and Kosovo, along with other good commentary.
Reports from Kosovo's frontlines, interviews with Kosovar pacifist leaders, photos of the destruction and historical background.
Organizations in opposition of USA / NATO policy regarding Kosovo:
The seeking of a judicial declaration that the President of the USA, is unconstitutionally continuing an offensive military attack by United States Armed Forces against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia without obtaining a declaration of war or other explicit authority from the Congress of the United States as required by Article I, Section 8, Clause 11 of the Constitution, and despite Congress decision not to authorize such action.
Provides breaking news and views for progressive-thinking Americans, with ample information on the crisis in Kosovo, including maps and breaking updates from various news services.
FAIR's coverage of the war in Yugoslavia includes "Rescued from the Memory Hole: Background of Serb/Albanian Conflict."
A page of up-to-the-minute articles regarding the current bombings. The lead piece by Noam Chomsky puts the entire situation into context, and other pieces posted include Andre Gunder Frank, Dave McReynolds, Diane Johnstone, Stephen Zunes and Michael Albert.
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