Kosovo conflict

October 22, 1999

(Photograph) - A K-for armoured personnel carrier stands by as Albanian students in Kosovska Mitrovica threaten to cross a bridge separating them from Serb-controlled university buildings in the north of the town. The students later cancelled their protest. Serb student and faculty representatives have turned down a United Nations proposal to segregate ethnic Albanians and Serbian students by splitting the academic week into three days each per group. Photograph by REUTERS

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