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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