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No party emerging to govern Serbia

Serbs scattered their votes among 20 political parties in parliamentary elections, leaving no group with enough power to rule alone, according to official partial returns released Monday in a troubled Balkan nation divided over Western-style reforms and the future of Kosovo. The vote was the first since Serbia became independent last year with the end to its union with Montenegro, its last partner from the former Yugoslav federation. Soon after the vote, the U.N. was expected to propose a plan for the future of Serbia’s breakaway Kosovo province. Full Story

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