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ZUBIN POTOK, Kosovo (AP) — A German NATO officer and a soldier were shot and wounded and some 23 Austrian and German soldiers injured in clashes with Serb protesters in northern Kosovo throughout Monday after the military alliance's troops used heavy machinery to remove trucks and buses blocking a main road in the tense region, an official said.
"The commander of the battalion was shot and another soldier was also wounded," said NATO spokesman, Lt. Col. Uwe Nowitzky.
NATO said its soldiers are now under instructions to fire live ammunition if they come under attack.
On Tuesday more than 20 Portuguese and Hungarian soldiers were injured in a similar operation, one of them seriously
Originally posted by Phage
No. Not Kosovo again.
The violence of the Serbs resurges. What next, the "ethnic cleansing" of the Milošević era?edit on 11/28/2011 by Phage because: (no reason given)
One of my squad mates lived in Kosovo and described what was happening in the streets.