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article imageUN police break up Kosovo protest

By Sayovi     Feb 10, 2007 in World
UN police in Kosovo have used tear gas to disperse some 2,000 ethnic Albanians protesting against a UN plan on the future status of Serbia's province.
When the UN police fired tear gas after the protesters tried to approach the government building,As per the reports, it is said that atleast few people must have got injured and most of them arrested during the clashes in Pristina which is Kosovo's capital. The plan which recommends a form of self -rule for Kosovo ,strongly opposed by Serbs after the protesters said that the UN plan which was unveiled last week for Kosovo Independence did not go far enough.
As per the request of Serbian President Boris, UN plan had agreed to postpone on its proposals till 21st of this month.
Many of them chanted: "No negotiation. Self-determination", demanding a referendum on independence.
Kosovo has been administered by the UN since 1999, after a Nato bombing campaign drove Serbian troops from the province.
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