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K.S.C. - Kosovo - Demonstration 2014 (CDr)

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  1. Col. Chris Hammond is the Commander, 8th Fighter Wing, Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, home of the "Wolf Pack". He serves as the U.S. Forces Korea Area VI commander for more than 7, forward-stationed and combat-ready Air Force and Army personnel. As.
  2. Jul 14,  · The head of Macedonia’s Islamic Religious Community, IVZ, Sulejman Rexhepi, condemned last Friday’s unrest, adding that it was “risky” to .
  3. Oct 30,  · COL. RENATO VAIRA. Parachutist Colonel Renato Vaira was born in Rome on December 24th He attended the ° Course of Officer Cadet in Infantry School in Cesano Di Roma, the 5° course of Special Role Officers in Application School in Turin and in Infantry School in Cesano Di Roma.
  4. A retired American general Wesley Clark, the NATO commander during the bombing of the then Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, said on Tuesday, it was early for the NATO-led international peacekeeping force, KFOR, to leave Kosovo. Clark, who was on a visit to Pristina, added that the Alliance's intervention was not aimed at taking lives.
  5. The commander was an ethnic Albanian from the Kosovo town of Kacanik and a member of the Islamic Community of Kosovo, an independent Islamic organization there, according to Radio Free Europe.
  6. Selected List of Sources for this Chronology: UK Ministry of Defence, "Kosovo: Chronology Mar. Mar. " () United States Department of State, "Kosovo Chronology" (21 May ) United.
  7. A restaurant owner protests by holding a symbolic key during a demonstration against restaurant regulations during the coronavirus outbreak in Pristina, Kosovo, on July 27, 75/ SLIDES.
  8. The surprise U-turns alarmed Western powers. The U.S. State Department expressed “deep concern” and the U.S. ambassador to Kosovo said Washington would view a repeal of the law as “a stab in the back.” The head of the EU’s office in Kosovo called the attempt “appalling" and “extremely damaging for Kosovo.”. Thaçi, Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj and other political leaders.
  9. As part of the deal, Serbia acknowledged that Kosovo's government has control over all of Kosovo, and Kosovo in turn granted autonomy to the Serbian-dominated north. Serbia stopped short of recognizing Kosovo's independence, however. In December , Democratic League of Kosovo leader Isa Mustafa became prime minister.

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