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French soldiers hurt in Kosovo handgrenade blast

Two French soldiers with the multinational force in Kosovo were slightly wounded when a man lobbed a handgrenade at them in a Serb-populated part of Kosovo, a UN spokesman said. The attack came after the murder of two policemen heightened tensions in the UN-administered Serbian province following anti-Serb riots that the UN mission (UNMIK) chief has described as “severe crimes against humanity.” “A man threw a hand grenade at French soldiers and two soliders were slightly injured. The local Serbs caught the attacker, beat him and surrendered him to the police,” spokesman Gyorgy Kakuk told AFP. He did not give details about the attacker’s possible motives. Full Story

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