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Nato acts on Kosovo terror

Nato rushed 1,000 extra peacekeepers, including 600 British troops, to Kosovo yesterday amid fears that the worst day of ethnic violence between Albanians and Serbs since the 1999 war might lead to an explosion of pogroms and fighting in the region. Ethnic Albanian rioters maintained the terror against the dwindling Serbian minority, forcing the evacuation of Serbian civilians and torching their homes in Obilic, near Pristina, and setting fire to a Serbian church in Mitrovica. As it emerged that 31 people were killed and about 500 injured in gun battles and ethnic attacks in up to 10 towns in Kosovo on Wednesday and early yesterday, Serbs in Belgrade and other towns in Serbia turned out in large numbers to demand counter-attacks against the ethnic Albanians of Kosovo. Full Story

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