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As a NATO mouthpiece read this article with a pinch of salt. Propaganda at it's worst. 1) There was no ethnic cleansing in Kosovo before the NATO bombing. No operation horseshoe. Provocations by the KLA, yes. All indepenedent reports confirm this. Population movements began only AFTER NATO bombing started. 2) Those escaping Srebrenica were not unarmed civilians. They were members of the 28th Muslim Infantry division that had been attacking unarmed Serbian civilians around Srebrenica under Naser Oric for years. All independently verified and confirmed by those on the ground at the time. There is no way this 8000 number can be verified. Serbia has been the victim of NATO bias and aggression and is only now starting to recover. Swingeing sanctions, bombing and the rest for supposed crimes dreamt up to justify intervention, while those guilty of real crimes(organ harvesting, destruction of cultural heritage, ethnic cleansing, drug trafficking, human trafficking, prostitution etc. in Kosovo, the KLA, walk around unpunished. NATO justice. What a joke. Please stop this nonsense Ms. Pond, it is becoming ridiculous. Serbia has paid a high enough price for any crimes it committed during the recent wars.
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