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Grenades Thrown At NATO On Border With Serbia

The NATO-led KFOR force said unknown attackers threw two grenades at NATO barracks at the tense border between Kosovo and Serbia.

There were no casualties.

The KFOR mission said in a statement that the incident occurred early in the morning of June 19 at the Brnjak crossing point in northern Kosovo.

It said only one of the grenades exploded, causing one KFOR soldier to suffer slight hearing loss.

KFOR peacekeepers have shut the crossing "until further notice" and called in experts to remove the unexploded grenade.

Tensions in Serb-populated northern Kosovo, which does not recognize the government in Pristina, have flared again since KFOR moved in to remove Serb-erected roadblocks earlier this month.

Based on reporting by AFP and dpa
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by: Jack from: US
June 19, 2012 13:08
Serbia is a NATO minion
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by: Nikola from: Czech Republic
June 19, 2012 13:28

I stronglly doubt you have any clue about Serbia when saying something like that :)
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by: Jack from: US
June 20, 2012 10:54
that was not me, it was RFE/RL staff who hates Serbia
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by: Eugenio from: Vienna
June 20, 2012 18:47
Nikola, it was not Jack who published the comment above. It is Konstantin from LA who finds it amusing to use other people's names to publish his insightful thoughts.
And as far as the excalating tension in the NATO-occupied parts of Serbia are concerned - no wonder! NATO is very clearly losing the war in Afghanistan, NATO is that weak that it does not dare to attack Syria - no matter how much NATO media may go out of their way to promise that the Assad regime "will collapse", "will be defeated", "it's time for Assad to go" etc etc.
So, the Serbs who do not want to live under the NATO/US/German occupation - being aware of the NATO weakness - are intensifying their resistance. In the next few months we will most probably witness a (re)opening of the yet another front in the global war against the US/NATO - this time in the Balkans.
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by: ivan
June 22, 2012 10:37
I find it pretty amusing that you think Konstantin is the one impersonating you. Having read his comments, I feel pretty comfortable in ruling him out. As for whoever is mocking Jack, well, that's hard not to do, as he's so ridiculous already.
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by: BFD from: Krstac
June 22, 2012 15:45
Jack makes a mockery of Jack with Jack's every posting....

BTW: where's vn gone to?
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by: Mamuka
June 20, 2012 13:59
Yes, that's right. A NATO minion run by Shia Wahhabists. I would never have known about the Shia Wahhabists except for you, Jack :)
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by: Martin from: Atlanta
June 26, 2012 16:58
I would say otherwise. It's not the issue of Serbians wanting to be under NATO rule but more like Serbians not wanting to be under Kosovo rule. As far as Syria and Serbia some how being connected...well, I suppose they do both begin with the letter S. That's about it though. I wasn't aware that NATO was losing the war in Afghanistan. But I don't watch much TV.

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