Milosevic's moment of reckoning.

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Serbia's parliament building was set on fire by rock-throwing demonstrators today; Slobodan Milosovic's troops responded with tear gas and bullets. Both protesters and police have been injured. We'll talk with a journalist close to the scene, an aide to President Clinton, and Serbians with different views of the crisis. We'll ask, does Milosovic face a critical mass of protest that will force him from office? Can Washington help to maintain the peace? What about Russia?
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Warren Olney