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Serbs and Albanians hold talks

Serbs and ethnic Albanians resumed talks on the future of Kosovo on Friday, marked by a row over the presence of a former guerrilla commander at the negotiating table and Serb protests in the province. The two sides held direct talks for the first time last month, seven years since late Serb strongman Slobodan Milosevic went to war with NATO and lost control of Serbia’s majority Albanian province to the United Nations. After a timid first round, the gloves came off on Friday as the Serbs complained to U.N. envoy Martti Ahtisaari over the participation of Albanian former rebel commander Hashim Thaci. Full Story

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