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Hand Grenade Explodes Near Police Station in Northern Kosovo

A hand grenade exploded outside a police station in northern Kosovo early Thursday, a police spokesman said. No one was injured. Derek Chappell, a United Nations police spokesman, said the explosion happened near a station staffed by U.N. and local police in the town of Podujevo, about 40 kilometers (25 miles) north of Pristina. Four former ethnic Albanian rebels who were convicted of war crimes Wednesday by a U.N.-run court in Kosovo come from the area. It was unclear whether their convictions were a factor in the grenade blast. Chappell said police who searched the area after the explosion found two more unexploded grenades outside the station. Full Story

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