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Serbia’s Interior Minister Ivica Dacic has warned Kosovo that assaults on ethnic Serbs in the north of the country may lead to another war. Dacic said that attacks on the Serb minority in northern Kosovo would be interpreted as an attack on Belgrade, a local TV channel reports. In his speech, the minister addressed Kosovo`s Prime Minister Hashim Tachi, saying Serbia would not to sit back and watch Serbs being attacked. He added that Belgrade has lost and returned Kosovo several times during the history of the country.
Kosovo, June 1999. Serbia has withdrawn from the campaign. Hundreds of thousands of refugees wait over the border to return to their homes. A column of 30,000 Nato troops is advancing towards Pristina airfield - a crucial strategic position.
Unexpectedly, the Russian forces reach the airfield first; Russia, Serbia's patron, is hoping to stake a claim in the occupation. The soldiers are pointing their weapons at the incoming Allied troops. "Destroy!" orders the US general over the radio. World War III is on the cards. Enter crooner James Blunt. Crisis averted.