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08:27 09:48 | 0 | Kosovoblog
About 11 o’clock Albanians were able to cross the bridge in Kosovska Mitrovica. As we found out, there are injures, and we could hear the shots and the explosion of bombs.
22:43 | 0 | Emg.rs
Serbs from the north and Albanians from the south pelted each other with stones for about 10 minutes, prompting Kosovo police and European Union security forces to close the bridge on the Ibar river which separates the two communities and separate the two groups.