The U.N. is sending a team of experts to Serbia next week to take measure of the environmental damage caused by NATO’s bombing campaign and the Serbian aggression in Kosovo. Despite NATO’s refusal to supply detailed information about the sites it targeted, the task force will try to assess the war’s impact on water resources and the food chain. The worst environmental damage seems to have hit Pancevo, Yugoslavia, where NATO bombs destroyed an oil refinery, a petrochemical plant, and a fertilizer factory, and where residents have since been stricken with a wide range of ailments.