Kosovo: 25 Nato soldiers injured in Kosovo clashes with Serb protesters
Clashes with Serb protesters in Northern Kosovo left around 25 NATO peacekeeping soldiers injured on Monday. The protests arose after ethnic Albanian mayors took office in a Serb majority area after Serbs boycotted the recent election. The tense situation is exacerbated by the fact that Serbs, who comprise a majority in Kosovo's north, have never accepted its 2008 declaration of independence from Serbia.
Nato troops injured in clashes with Serb protesters in Kosovo
About 25 Italian and Hungarian soldiers from Kfor mission and two Serbs reportedly injuredAbout 25 Nato peacekeeping soldiers defending three town halls in northern Kosovo have been injured in clashes with Serb protesters, while Serbia’s president put the army on the highest level of combat alert.Kfor, the Nato-led peacekeeping mission to Kosovo, condemned the violence. Continue reading...
Around 25 NATO peacekeepers injured in clashes in Kosovo's north -statement
Around 25 NATO peacekeepers have been injured in clashes with Serbs protesting against Albanian mayors taking office in Serb majority municipalities in the north of Kosovo, the NATO-led peacekeeping mission in Kosovo KFOR said in a statement.
25 NATO-led peacekeepers injured in Kosovo in clashes with Serbs outside municipal building
The NATO-led KFOR peacekeeping force on Monday said that 25 of its troops were injured in the clashes with ethnic Serbs in northern Kosovo who were trying to take over the offices of one of the municipalities where ethnic Albanian mayors took up their posts last week.
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