New guerrillas rival old rebels to free Kosovo

Brown, Justin; Landay, Jonathan S.
September 1998
Christian Science Monitor;9/3/98, Vol. 90 Issue 197, p6
Reports on the emergence of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Kosovo (FARK), a guerrilla organization dedicated to the independence of the Kosovo region of Serbia. The relationship between FARK and the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA); How the presence of FARK indicates that people may be questioning the legitimacy of the KLA; The role that Bujar Bukoshi, Kosovo prime minister in exile, plays in FARK; Possible divisions that FARK will create among ethnic Albanians in Kosovo. INSET: KLA's `Blind One' speaks candidly about the Kosovo war.


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