On March 24, 1999 the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) launched an illegal and unprovoked War of aggression against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. NATO did not have any authorization from the UN Security Council to carry out this aggression.
Not only did the aggression violate the UN Charter, but also many international covenants pertaining to the rules of war. NATO deliberately targeted civilians, not even hospitals were spared from NATO’s criminal attacks. In fact, NATO managed to destroy more hospitals than Yugoslav Army tanks.
What follows is literally thousands of pages of graphic evidence of NATO war crimes against civilians in Yugoslavia:
WARNING: THESE FILES CONTAIN GRAPHIC IMAGES THAT YOU MAY FIND DISTURBING.
WHITE BOOK vol. I
Catalog of NATO attacks against civilians March 24 – April 24, 1999
WHITE BOOK vol. II
Catalog of NATO attacks against civilians April 25 – June 10, 1999
EXTERNAL LINKS: PHOTO ALBUM OF NATO AGGRESSION
Courtesy of the Socialist Party of Serbia ANOTHER PHOTO ALBUM OF NATO AGGRESSION
Courtesy of the Centre for Peace in the Balkans