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Monday, June 14, 1999 Published at 21:23 GMT 22:23 UK


World: Europe

Picture gallery: Changing face of Kosovo




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Jubilant Kosovo Albanians parade in the streets of Prizren as German peacekeepers move in and Serb forces depart. Hundreds of Serb residents are also fleeing the town.


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More than 14,300 allied troops have entered Kosovo in the three days since the international K-For peacekeeping mission began.


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Serb troops have until midnight on Tuesday to leave the southern sector of Kosovo.


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A Serb armoured vehicle passes a German K-For vehicle as the Serbs pull out of Prizren.


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And US Marines move into the town on their way to Gnijlane.


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In Kacanik, US peacekeepers cordon off what appears to be one of three mass graves in the area. Locals say they contain the bodies of more than 90 victims of Serb atrocities.


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Kosovo Albanians begin heading home as the Serbs leave.


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An elderly Kosovo Albanian, returning from a Macedonian refugee camp with his grandson, kisses a British peacekeeper's rifle in a gesture of thanks.


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In Beska, Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic receives a warm welcome as he makes his first public appearance since signing the peace agreement. He announced the reconstruction of a key bridge destroyed during the air strikes.





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