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Serbia demands that NATO takes over the policing of Kosovo's north after a deadly shootout

  • Serbia's president has called for NATO-led troops in Kosovo to take over security from the local police in the north of the country, following violent clashes over the weekend.
  • Kosovo's Prime Minister accused Serbia of supporting a "terrorist, criminal, professional unit" involved in the clashes. The violence was one of the worst confrontations since Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008.
  • Serbia's president met with ambassadors from Western countries and the EU to demand that NATO-led troops take over all security matters in northern Kosovo. He also declared three days of mourning for the three Serb assailants who were killed.
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