26 April 1999
NATO leaders have pledged to provide economic support and security guarantees to neighbours of Yugoslavia which co-operate with NATO's military campaign.
Strains between the alliance and Russia deepened this weekend as NATO leaders approved a cutoff of oil shipments to Yugoslavia.
More World News
Australian and Indonesian leaders are due to meet in Bali tomorrow for talks about how to solve the crisis in East Timor.
Twelve low-caste villagers from Bihar state in India have been killed by gunmen from an uppercaste Hindu militia, says a leading human rights watchdog.
India is heading for its third elections in three years after failing to conjure up a new government to replace the ousted Hindu nationalist-led alliance.
Oil transnational BP Amoco has won an award from Earth Day Network 2000 for its forward-looking approach to the problem of global warming.
Earth Day 2000 has kicked off a year-long series of events aimed at launching an energy revolution.
Non-governmental organisations are concerned at plans for a new American free-trade area that may equip foreign investors with legal weapons to influence national governments.
At least seven Sierra Leonean journalists were killed and many more went into hiding or left the country in January, according to a new report.
A law which governs cross-border movement of hazardous wastes looks set to become the first global environmental treaty to require compensation for victims.
Features and Analysis
The past three months have seen a dizzying shift in international support for the 'blue berets', says Farhan Haq.
special reports | oneworld home | search