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Serb Boy Killed in Apparent New Bid to Rock Kosovo

A Serb teenager was shot dead in Kosovo on Saturday and police quickly arrested two Albanians suspected of trying to ignite another round of ethnic violence in the United Nations-run province. U.N. police spokesman Malcolm Ashby said 16-year-old Dimitrije Popovic died when gunmen fired from a car into a group of young Serbs at a hamburger kiosk at 2 a.m. Police in Pristina later stopped a suspect car and seized two Albanians with guns. The killing, in the Serb enclave of Gracanica, was the first since mid-March when 19 people died and villages were torched in what NATO said was an “orchestrated” bid to provoke the worst violence in Kosovo’s five years under United Nations rule. Full Story

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