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NATO to Send Reinforcements to Kosovo

NATO announced this morning that it is sending reinforcements to Kosovo, following intensified ethnic fighting there that has killed at least 22 people over the past two days. It was the worst violence in Kosovo since NATO and the United Nations took control over the mainly ethnic-Albanian Serbian province in 1999. NATO members, in a statement this morning, called “upon leaders in the region to take concrete action to restore peace and security.” The statement said the reinforcements–up to 700 additional troops–will demonstrate “the Alliance’s will and capability to carry out its mission to provide security for all Kosovars, regardless of their ethnic identity.” Full Story

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