Serbs attack U.N. convoy in Kosovo: witness

MITROVICA, Kosovo (Reuters) – Serbs attacked a U.N. convoy carrying Serb detainees from a raid in Kosovo on Monday, enabling several detainees to escape, a Reuters witness said.

The attack occurred after U.N. police stormed the main U.N. court in northern Kosovo, retaking it from Serbs who had forcibly occupied the building three days earlier. Dozens of Serbs were arrested in the raid.

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