Security Council on NATO Strikes

NPR's Mike Shuster reports that last night Russia called an emergency session of the UN Security Council to denounce the attacks on Yugoslav military targets. Russia said the actions threaten international peace and set a dangerous precedent. But most members of the Security Council supported the NATO strikes and laid responsibility squarely on Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic.

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