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U.N. Officer Killed in Ambush In Kosovo

An Indian policeman was gunned down in an ambush late Sunday in the first killing of a U.N. police officer on duty in Kosovo since the United Nations assumed control of the Serbian province in 1999. Today, U.N. police backed by helicopters and sniffer dogs were searching for evidence in villages just north of this city that could help locate the killers of Satish Menon, 43, who died when his car was hit by a hail of bullets from a semi-automatic rifle in northern Kosovo. The acting head of the U.N. mission, U.S. diplomat Charles Brayshaw, called the ambush “repugnant” and “a direct attack on international forces of law and order.” Full Story

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