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War-Crimes Suspect May Be Next Kosovo PM

A former rebel commander accused of war crimes by Belgrade was asked Thursday to head Kosovo’s new government in a move that could further strain already tense ties with Serbia. Kosovo’s president, Fatmir Sejdiu, issued a statement calling on Lt. Gen. Agim Ceku — a former leader of the now disbanded Kosovo Liberation Army — to become prime minister and form a new government. Kosovo’s parliament will convene in coming days to approve the new coalition government. The province’s prime minister resigned on Wednesday. Full Story

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