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SOCCER-UEFA/
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February 21, 2008
Werder Bremen's (L to R) Ivan Klasnic, Jurica Vranjes and Daniel Jensen celebrate their goal against...
Braga, Portugal
Werder Bremen's Ivan Klasnic, Jurica Vranjes and Daniel Jensen celebrtae their goal against Braga in...
Werder Bremen's (L to R) Ivan Klasnic, Jurica Vranjes and Daniel Jensen celebrate their goal against Braga during their UEFA Cup third round soccer match at Braga city stadium February 21, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
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January 11, 2001
A Yugoslav soldier, member of special reconnaissance team, observes area through the scope of a long-range...
Vranje, Yugoslavia
YUGOSLAV SOLDIER OBSERVES AREA NEAR THE SOUTHERN SERBIAN TOWN OF VRANJE.
A Yugoslav soldier, member of special reconnaissance team, observes area through the scope of a long-range rifle near the southern Serbian town of Vranje some 3km from buffer zone January 11, 2001. The buffer zone was established as part of the deal that ended the 1999 NATO bombing campaign against Yugoslavia to stop repression of ethnic Albanians in the province. KFOR peacekeepers, whose relations with Serb officials have vastly improved since Slobodan Milosevic fell from power in October, are patrolling the boundary and have detained several ethnic Albanian guerrillas in recent months. The KFOR peacekeeping force were appealing directly to members of the Liberation Army of Presevo, Medvedja and Bujanovac (UCPMB) to lay down their arms.

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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO REFUGEES
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June 23, 1999
Yugoslav Army reservists celebrate with a brass orchestra after arriving from Kosovo to their hometown...
Vranje, Yugoslavia
YUGOSLAV RESERVISTS CELEBRATE IN VRANJE.
Yugoslav Army reservists celebrate with a brass orchestra after arriving from Kosovo to their hometown of Vranje, some 350 km south of Belgrade June 22. British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook said on Wednesday that ministers of the four main European peacekeeping nations in Kosovo would stress the urgent need for the divided ethnic Albanian leadership to unite.

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