Information Sources for Teachers: Conflict in Yugoslavia

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Following is a list of some World Wide Web sites that teachers can use for background information and up-to-date reports on the Kosovo crisis.


Balkan Crisis Reports at the Institute for War and Peace Reporting:

British Broadcasting Corporation's special report on Kosovo:

Cable News Network:

MSNBC's Flash Point on Kosovo:

New York Times' Learning Network:

Official Information Sources:

U.S. Government (State Department):

U.S. Navy (for pictures of missles and action):

Great Britain (Royal Air Force) (for aircraft information and downloadable pictures):

Republic of Yugoslavia: Ministry of Foreign Affairs:

Republic of Yugoslavia: The Archives of Yugoslavia (for historial information on the country. Note: A long political statement on the current conflict precedes the relevant links at the bottom):

Other Resources:

E-Conflict World Encyclopedia:

Focus on Human Rights on the Human Rights Watch site:

Time for Kids:

Vol. 18, Issue 31, Page 5

Published in Print: April 14, 1999, as Information Sources for Teachers: Conflict in Yugoslavia
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