GUESTS: TBA Special U.S. Envoy Richard Holbrooke is headed to Belgrade, but there seems little hope that he can convince Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic to agree to a Kosovo peace plan that ethinic Albanians signed last week. This past weekend, U.N. observers were evacuated from Kosovo, and Serbian forces renewed their attacks on the province. If Holbrooke can't get Milosevic to budge, NATO airstrikes may be quick to follow. Join Ray Suarez and guests for a look at the situation in Kosovo.



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