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1/ Deep feelings revealed in Scott Watson trial today.

2/ Fathers spoke very quietly as they talked about the deaths of their children. Olivia's dad says her daughter left her wallet on her chest of drawers and it is still there now. Police gave instructions that if bodies were found they were to be left, Gerald Hope said . Defence Lawyer Mike Antunovich asked about length of Olivia's fingernails. They were short because she was a pianist Mr Hope replied.

3/ Andi Brotherston Live: This was a day of scene setting evidence. The evidence is necessary in part because there are no bodies and to reject the inference that they have sailed away somewhere. More scene setting will continue tomorrow. Tomorrow we will hear from staff at Furneaux Lodge.


4/ PRIZREN: Hatred between Serbs and Kosovars boils over in Prizren. Kosovars chase troops through streets hurling rocks. 4000 Serb civilians prepare to flee the town. One says he wants to cry but can't. German troops shot two yesterday today they removed the bodies from a car with a grenade. The fear of the Kosovars has ended and celebrations are in train. On outskirts of Prizren the KLA reappears. Prizren remains perilous however.

5/ PRISTINA: British troops in Pristina are the force of authority. Troops are preparing to advance north towards Serbia and increased hostility. In the city Kosovars remain fearful of remaining Serb forces. One hides in an armored personnel carrier. Meanwhile aid agencies are finally reaching refugees inside Kosovo who have been living without food or shelter.

6/ Nato and Russia: Phone calls and diplomacy. Tony Blair "There can be no defacto partition of Kosovo."

7/ US Marines arrive - late.

8/ Refugees prepare to return.

9/ WAR GRAVES: Field in Southern Kosovo under guard where the mass grave of 80 dead has been found. Solemn procession Investigation of war crimes one of the top priorities for K-For forces. People have faith that Nato can bring the offenders to justice.

Other News

- RNZ has ended plans to contract out news services after a political stouch and a staff rebellion.

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