22 March 2004 PRISTINA, Kosovo–In the worst spasm of violence in Kosovo in five years, violence among Albanians and Serbs, UN police and KFOR troops on 17-18 March resulted in up to 28 deaths, more than 850 injuries, and the destruction of several hundred Serb houses and 30 Orthodox churches, monasteries, schools, and other public […]

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