Thursday, June 24, 1999 Published at 23:13 GMT 00:13 UK
Kosovo plea to end ethnic violence
US troops watch over Zegra, after a shootout which killed one Serb
Nato's Secretary-General Javier Solana has called for racial tolerance in Kosovo.
In the latest incident, K-For troops were sent to investigate three separate violent clashes in the capital, Pristina.
British soldiers have also arrested a Serb alleged to have been involved in a massacre of 43 ethnic Albanians in the village of Slovinia.
He said: "Peace is more than the end of violence. It is a culture of democracy and a culture of tolerance."
He called on all Kosovo Albanians to seize the opportunity to create a truly multi-ethnic society in the province.
Mr Solana was accompanied on his visit to the province by Nato Commander General Wesley Clark, who called on K-For to speed up its deployment in Kosovo.
Gen Clark said troops that have been committed need to come "as quickly as possible".
The call for a multi-ethnic democracy came as K-For troops reported a shootout between Serbs and Kosovo Albanians in Pristina's main hospital.
The bodies of three men, including a Serb professor, were earlier found battered to death in the Serb-run economics department at Pristina's university.
Troops in Pristina have also beaten off a group of Albanians who tried to take over the radio station.
Mr Solana said earlier that with Mr Milosevic in power, the Serbian people could not enjoy "integration into the Euro-Atlantic community".
He said Mr Milosevic was "the embodiment of what has made the Balkans so unstable for so long".
Conditions for the returning refugees are improving, according to the United Nations refugee agency, UNHCR.
Three of Kosovo's main cities - Pristina, Prizren, and Urosevac - are reported to be safe for returning Kosovo Albanians.
The agency's envoy to the Balkans, Dennis McNamara, said the UNHCR would organise transport to those cities from refugee camps outside Kosovo.
More than 200,000 ethnic Albanians have returned home since the end of the conflict, ignoring warnings about landmines, booby traps and unexploded weapons in the province.