Michael Jackson Plans Single For KosovoMichael Jackson is hoping to enlist British recording artists to help in recording a benefit single for refugees from the Kosovo conflict. The star, currently in the U.K., is quoted in the British tabloid Daily Mirror as saying he intends to give proceeds from a single to a charity that aids the refugees.Jackson has penned a song called "What More Can I Give?" and would like to record it in the U.K. "I'd like to do this in Britain and get the biggest British stars to join me," he said. The project would be similar to the 1985 single by USA for Africa, "We Are The World," a celebrity sing-along that raised money for famine relief in Ethiopia.Jackson is quoted as saying he plans a video for the single.Current reports suggest that up to 1 million ethnic Albanians have been forced from their homes in Kosovo, technically a region of Serbia, itself the key constituent of Yugoslavia. For the third week, NATO forces are bombarding targets in Serbia, Kosovo, and Montenegro, in an attempt to halt so-called "ethnic cleansing" by Serb forces.The refugees have ended up in camps in Albania, Macedonia, and Montenegro.