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'Specific Threat' Triggers Kosovo Alert

NATO has raised security in Kosovo in response to a “specific threat” of attack against international organizations in the United Nations protectorate, alliance peacekeepers said Friday. In a joint statement with the United Nations mission, or UNMIK, referring to recent suicide bomb attacks in Turkey, they said extra measures would remain in force until “the threat is assessed to have reduced.” “We now know that a specific threat has been made toward international organizations within Kosovo,” Wing Commander Chris Thompson of KFOR told a news conference in the Serbian province where nominally Muslim ethnic Albanians predominate. He would not disclose which organization had been threatened. Diplomatic sources said it was UNMIK. Full Story

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