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Blasts Go Off at Kosovo Police Station

Explosions damaged two police stations in Kosovo in simultaneous attacks, a U.N. police spokesman said Saturday. No one was injured. The attacks late Friday targeted Pristina police stations manned by both U.N. and local police, spokesman Al Garcia said. No motive was known, and police had no suspects, he added. The blasts broke windows at both stations and damaged at least one U.N. police car. Kosovo’s police stations were put on alert because of the attacks, Garcia said. An investigation was underway. Kosovo has been run by the United Nations and NATO since 1999, when the military alliance bombed Serb troops loyal to former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to stop their crackdown on independence-minded ethnic Albanians. Full Story

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