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Peacekeepers Criticized in Kosovo Riots

NATO peacekeeping troops and United Nations police officers in Kosovo have come under heavy criticism for their conduct during interethnic riots last March, in a report issued by the New York-based Human Rights Watch. The 66-page report says that international peacekeeping troops and police “failed catastrophically” to protect minorities on March 17 and 18, when ethnic Albanian mobs rioted across the province, leaving 19 people dead and forcing more than 4,000 Serbs and other minorities to flee their homes. Full Story

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