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NPR's Sylvia Poggioli tells Linda Wertheimer that the NATO airstrikes against Serb forces may have ended, but hostility among Serbs towards NATO endures. Many Serbs are unaware of what actually happened in the Yugoslav province of Kosovo, partly because the state-run media provides only one side of the story. Government repression of any independent voices in the media is stronger than ever, as President Slobodan Milosevic tries to stifle expressions of discontent.



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