Kosovo’s ethnic Albanians will get foreign observers, amnesty and a negotiating platform and a broader autonomy than the one provided by the 1974 Constitution The Serbs were told on Tuesday, October 13, that peace once again had no alternative. The Yugoslav president, Slobodan Milosevic told the nation that a military intervention had been averted (“I […]

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