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UN Considers Latest Kosovo Violence

The U.N. Security Council on Monday discussed recent inter-ethnic incidents in Kosovo at the urging of the Serbian government. In the past week, two Serbs minority youths were killed in western Kosovo. Two Serb boys were killed Wednesday by an unknown gunman while they were swimming in a river in the village of Gorazdevac in the Serbian enclave of Kosovo. Four other youngsters were also wounded. Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Nebojsa Covic urged council members to crack down on Albanian extremists, and suggested peacekeeping forces should be increased. “Crimes like this are not really unique,” said Mr. Covic. “They belong to a pattern of activity that determine the minority of the Albanian population which seeks to drive all Serbs out from Kosovo-Metohia and, of course, discourage any refugees and internally-displaced persons from returning to bring the ethnic cleansing of the province to completion.” Full Story

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