SERB REFUGEES FROM CROATIA RECEIVE FOOD IN PIROT.
Ethnic Serb refugees from Croatia's offensive on its Krajina region in 1995 queue to receive humanitarian aid in a camp in the southern Serbian town of Pirot May 7. NATO planes hit targets across Yugoslavia early on Friday, making clear that a new peace plan for Kosovo agreed by the West and Russia did not mean an end to its six-week-old bombing campaign. The alliance launched its most sustained attacks so far on Yugoslavia's third largest city Nis, a day after strikes on fuel depots caused huge fires there, residents and Serbian media said. The mayor said missiles had hit the main hospital, killing at least ten people.