BELGRADE — NATO missiles rain down on Yugoslavia's only automaker, Zastava, completely destroying the plant and injuring about 160 people. The company is Serbia's largest employer. Nineteen NATO countries have pledged to continue the military offensive until Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic withdraws his troops from the province of Kosovo, home to more than 700,000 ethnic Albanians. Two series of attacks lobbed at least 15 bombs on the factory, causing US$1 billion in damage, ...
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