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Kosovo bus route targeted in second bomb attack

A bomb was thrown at a moving bus in Kosovo on Wednesday night causing damage but no injuries to the 55 passengers aboard, a United Nations spokesman in the disputed Serbian province said. It was the second attack in the past month on a bus from the remote town of Dragas to the Serbian capital, Belgrade. Kosovo’s ethnic minorities often use the route, but members of Kosovo’s 90 percent Albanian majority are also frequent passengers. “An explosive device was thrown at the right rear end of the bus, causing some damage,” U.N. spokesman Neeraj Singh told Reuters on Thursday. He said some of the passengers were ethnic members of various minority groups but most were Albanians. Full Story

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