5 April 1997 The pictures of people in Albanian cities in revolt are among the main reasons for the fear that the Kosovo “powder keg” could be detonated by events in the neighboring country. The possibility that several hundred thousand “long barrels”, appropriated from ammunition storages of military barracks and police stations across Albania, could […]

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