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Yugoslavia / Kosovo / NATO Peacekeeping / KLA Soldiers Killed / Russian Troops #431052

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 11, 1999
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(Studio: Marina Kolbe) Investigation into the killing of two KLA soldiers by British peacekeepers in Kosovo reported.

(Orahovac, Kosovo: Maria Fleet) Arrival of Russian troops in three sectors of Kosovo reported; details given of the concerns of Kosovar Albanians about the Russian soldiers; scenes shown of Albanians' protesting. ["FAROUK" (thru translator)- says the Russians fought with the Serbs.] [KFOR Lieutenant Colonel Tony VAN LOON - says the Kosovars trust the Dutch soldiers; says the Serbs were afraid of reprisals.] Serb claims of mistreatment at the hands of Albanians seeking revenger noted.

(Studio: Marina Kolbe) CNN's coverage of a World War II crimes trial noted.

Fleet, Maria;
Kolbe, Marina

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