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Posted inSoutheastern Europe

VREME: Week In Review, July 9 – July 15, 1998

Thursday, July 9 Pristina. Patrols of diplomatic observers, made up of diplomats from USA, Russia, Holland, Belgium and Great Britain, began surveying Kosovo. Members of the mission went on patrol in armored vehicles, while some wore bullet-proof vests. Belgrade. Several thousand metal workers from Rakovica blocked access to the capital, while around five thousand pensioners […]