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U.N. Seeks to Salvage Kosovo Peace After Violence

The United Nations launched an ambitious plan Wednesday to put Kosovo’s bloodied peace process back on track two weeks after the province exploded in ethnic violence. It detailed policies Kosovo’s authorities must implement before talks can begin on its bitterly disputed final status, at the earliest in 2005. Majority Albanians demand independence but beleaguered Serbs say the province should remain part of Serbia. The road map, with deadlines for meeting democracy and human rights conditions, was already in the works before Albanian mobs attacked Serb villages and churches in two days of bloodshed that left around 20 people dead and some 900 injured. Full Story

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