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UPDATED: 12:58, July 03, 2004
Unexploded missile found at Chinese Embassy to former Yugoslavia
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Missile fragments unearthed from the Chinese Embassy to former Yugoslavia in Belgrade. Defense Minister of Serbia and Montenegro Prvoslav Davinic said on July 1 that an unexploded missile has been dug out from the ruins of the Chinese Embassy. At midnight May 7, 1999, the NATO led by the United States launched a missile attack on the Chinese Embassy, with five missiles hitting the embassy, leaving three Chinese reporters dead, more than 20 diplomats wounded and the embassy building devastated. One of the missiles did not exploded.

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missile fragments unearthed from the Chinese Embassy to former Yugoslavia in Belgrade.

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A missile to be unearthed from the Chinese Embassy to former Yugoslavia in Belgrade.

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A missile to be unearthed from the Chinese Embassy to former Yugoslavia in Belgrade.

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The site where an unexploded missile is unearthed at the Chinese Embassy to former Yugoslavia in Belgrade.

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The face of the destroyed Chinese Embassy to former Yugoslavia in Belgrade.
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