In accepting Yugoslav Prime Minister Milan Panic’s proffered hand, Ibrahim Rugova has not taken a historical step, but he has, temporarily, avoided war in Kosovo Two buses stopped at dawn next to one another at the Kelebija border crossing into Hungary. One bus had Pristina plates, the other was from Belgrade. In spite of the […]
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