After a military and psychological defeat, the KLA has virtually ceased to exist. Two and a half months ago, a reporter of a prominent US newspaper was given the assignment to make a story on the structure and strength of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA). At that time, his editor-in-chief thought that the KLA was […]
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