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Nato bombs Serbian TV

A survivor from the April 1999 bombing of Serbian state TV in Belgrade, in which 16 people were killed. It was part of a military campaign to force Serbia to withdraw from Kosovo.

In April 1999 Nato bombed the Serbian state TV station in Belgrade, killing 16 people. It was part of a military campaign to force Serbia to withdraw from Kosovo. Mike Lanchin has been speaking to one of the survivors, Dragan Suchovic, a TV technician, who was working at the station that night.

Photo: The damage caused by the Nato bombing on the TV station in Belgrade (courtesy of Duco Tellegen, 2015)

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