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American Recounts Deadly Kosovo Shooting

A corrections worker who was part of a United Nations peacekeeping unit in Kosovo says she would go back despite a prison shootout there that wounded her and killed three colleagues. Janice Biggs was shot in a knee, hip and her lower back when a Jordanian officer opened fire on a group of American guards leaving a prison in Kosovska Mitrovica on April 17. She was one of 11 people wounded. Killed were Kim Bigley, 47, of Paducah, Ky.; Lynn Williams, 48, of Elmont, N.Y; and Gary Weston, 52, of Vienna, Ill. Weston died Saturday at a St. Louis hospital. Investigators have not said why the Jordanian, who also was killed, opened fire. Full Story

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