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Several Hurt in Ethnic Violence in Kosovo

Several ethnic Albanians were beaten overnight while passing through a Serb enclave in central Kosovo, the latest in a series of violent clashes in the troubled province, a U.N. spokesman said Monday. At least three vehicles were stoned and their ethnic Albanian occupants assaulted and beaten in separate confrontations as they passed through the village of Gracanica late Sunday and early Monday, said U.N. police spokesman Derek Chappell. No serious injuries were reported. The attacks came less than a week after the slayings of two Serb youths and the wounding of four others as they swam in a village in western Kosovo. On Sunday, unknown gunmen fired toward the village of Gorazdevac, where the youths were attacked last Wednesday, Chappell said, calling it an “intimidation attempt.” Full Story

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