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Kosovo Force (KFOR) Russian soldiers stand in front an angry Serbian mob in the town of Domorovce, Kosovo. The Serbians are protesting the disappearance of two men from their town. The Serbians believe the Albanians abducted the men and began to make threats against and obstructed the road to stop Albanians from traveling safely through town. The Albanians also formed a mob to confront the Serbians until United States Army and Russian KFOR troops made a wall between the opposing sides. Task Force Falcon, Operation Joint Guardian, 14 August 2000

Kosovo Force (KFOR) Russian soldiers stand in front an angry Serbian mob in the town of Domorovce, Kosovo. The Serbians are protesting the disappearance of two men from their town. The Serbians believe the Albanians abducted the men and began to make threats against and obstructed the road to stop Albanians from traveling safely through town. The Albanians also formed a mob to confront the Serbians until United States Army and Russian KFOR troops made a wall between the opposing sides. Task Force Falcon, Operation Joint Guardian, 14 August 2000

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Subject Operation/Series: JOINT GUARDIAN

Base: Domorovce

State: Kosovo

Country: Yugoslavia (YUG)

Scene Camera Operator: SPC Eric Hughes

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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14/08/2000
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