1 August 1998 At dusk, two hours after the state electronic media announced on Tuesday, July 28, that Malisevo fell, a strong, cold wind began to blow through Pristina, which had been suffering under a heat wave during the previous days. What everyone expected to happen only after a lengthy, difficult battle, happened too quickly […]

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