The situation in Kosovo is aggravating on a daily basis in spite of all the diplomatic and war games. Political control over the Kosovo Liberation army (UCK) now appears to be a major problem. Common folks sat in Pristina’s pubs and cafes last Sunday as NATO aircraft littered the sky over Macedonia and Albania. In […]
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