1 June 2001 PRESEVO, Southern Serbia--The first patrols of multiethnic police were on the beat on 28 May in the ethnically mixed Presevo valley. The development followed an earlier series of agreements--between the Serbian government, local ethnic Albanian parties, and an ethnic Albanian armed group, the Liberation Army of Presevo, Bujanovac and Medvedja (UCPBM)--on the […]

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