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Two Kosovo Policemen Shot Dead; Solana in Talks

Gunmen raked a United Nations patrol car with bullets late on Tuesday, killing a U.N. policeman and his Kosovo Albanian partner. They were the first peace officers killed since the eruption last week of Kosovo’s worst spasm of ethnic violence in five years of U.N. administration of the Serbian province. Kosovo had been calm since the weekend. The attack, 12 miles north of the capital, Pristina, occurred hours before the arrival of European Union foreign and security envoy Javier Solana to discuss the latest crisis. Solana began with a visit to Kosovo Polje, just outside Pristina, where he saw Serb homes and buildings burned down by Albanian extremist mobs last week. Full Story

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