- The Web site I gave has been closed by the Serb Police
and is now back on offering Serb gov't stuff
It still is operating out of amsterdam as www.b-92.org and may have
some amsterdam extra in the .sig
The story was from CBC-Radio-1
Same newscast has story of a man escaping an execution but making
a video of the execution and getting away to Albania and the BBC
has the video. You'll likely see it in the hour.
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From: Tom Simms
Subject: Re: Is violence at the heart of Christianity
Date: Sat, 03 Apr 1999 13:34:13 AST
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On Sat, 3 Apr 1999 12:02:18 -0500 (EST), wea1@... writes:
>Better still, Bill, though Belgrade took Radio B-92 off the air
>On Sat, 3 Apr 1999 ZellNan@... wrote:
>> So, what do Xtalkers think? Is this an appropriate theme for discussion?
> I was particularly intrigued by Aleksander Milanov's
>and Jack Kilmon's exchange. Perhaps, via this wonderful
>device, the internet, Aleksander could give us a Serbian
>"take" on what's going on without us having to get it
>filtered through western media.
as the voice of Free Kosovo, there still is its online
I spent a short while yesterday watching the Official Belgrade
Web but walked away when it became too painfully Goebellian.
I hope the one above is still on - so I can get the other side.
Tell the list if it's down - you know my problem...