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UN Envoy Condemns Deadly Attack On North Kosovo Apartments

The site of the bomb attack in Kosovska Mitrovica, in northern Kosovo, on April 8.The site of the bomb attack in Kosovska Mitrovica, in northern Kosovo, on April 8.
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The site of the bomb attack in Kosovska Mitrovica, in northern Kosovo, on April 8.
The site of the bomb attack in Kosovska Mitrovica, in northern Kosovo, on April 8.
By RFE/RL
The UN envoy in Kosovo has condemned an attack on a home in the northern city of Mitrovica that killed a father and injured two of his children.

All the victims of the April 8 blast were ethnic Albanians.

The UN envoy in Kosovo, Farid Zarif, said further acts of violence could not be tolerated as they "can only threaten Kosovo's peace and stability."

He called for full cooperation to find those responsible for the attack on the Haradinaj family.

Ethnic Serbs make up most of northern Kosovo. They have not accepted Kosovo's 2008 unilateral declaration of independence.
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by: Petr from: Speyer
April 12, 2012 15:47
I guess the Serbs will say the Albanians bombed themselves here to make the Serbs look bad?
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by: Berlin51 from: Germany
April 14, 2012 10:01
yeah, for sure and i guess the serbs are damn right about that.
coincides just with the murder of 5 macedonians and threats made by albanian nationalists,regarding serbia, macedonia and greece pushing for a greater albania....

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