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Young Serb wounded in Kosovska Mitrovica

31. December 2008. | 10:44 10:48

Source: Beta

A young Kosovo Serb man was stabbed in Kosovska Mitrovica on Dec. 30, which resulted in the Serbs already beginning to gather around the bridges on the Ibar River.

 A young Kosovo Serb man was stabbed in Kosovska Mitrovica on Dec. 30, which resulted in the Serbs already beginning to gather around the bridges on the Ibar River.

The incident occurred near the main bridge, which divides the town into the northern and southern part, around 4 p.m. Two Albanians stabbed Nikola Bozovic, 16, who was immediately transferred to a hospital, Kosovo Police Service regional spokesman Besim Hoti said.

The police are investigating the causes that led to the two Albanians stabbing the young man.

The citizens of northern Kosovska Mitrovica have gathered in protest against the young man's wounding and frequent firearm shots can be heard in the multiethnic part of the town dubbed Three Skyscrapers.

It is still unknown who has been shooting and from where. Meanwhile, the Kosovo Police Service arrested the two Albanians as they were fleeing the scene of the stabbing.

The Serbs have started gathering on several locations in town and an Albanian-owned store has been torched.

Upset by the event, the Serbs have also smashed several cars bearing KS license plates.

Only members of the Kosovo Police Service can be seen in the town and sources say that the number of international police officers has been reduced because of Christmas.

In the meantime, Bozovic underwent surgery and his condition is stable, Kosovska Mitrovica hospital director Vladimir Adzic said.

The main bridge on the Ibar is closed and occupied by KFOR members. A helicopter is flying over the town.

Several hours after the incident, the situation in northern Kosovska Mitrovica is calm but tense.


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