1. On 24 March 1999 the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) carried out an aerial bombing campaign against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia during the Kosovo War. NATO's intervention was prompted by Yugoslavia's bloodshed and ethnic cleansing of Albanians, which drove the Albanians into neighbouring countries and had the potential to destabilize the region. Yugoslavia's actions had already provoked condemnation by international organisations and agencies such as the UN, NATO, and various INGOs.
2. On 24 March 2019 citizens of Belgrade wave Serbian national flags, carry banners with anti-NATO slogans, crossed European Union emblems, photographs of Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Commander of the Army of Republika Srpska Ratko Mladic at a gathering outside the General Staff building, after which they walked through the streets of Belgrade to the Russian Embassy, marking the 20th anniversary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) bombing of Yugoslavia; in Belgrade, Serbia, 24 March 2019. [Koca Sulejmanoviv/EPA/EFE]
3. On 24 March 2016 former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic has been sentenced to 40 years in prison after the U.N. International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) found him guilty of genocide at Srebrenica.