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Last week international observers in the province of Serbia called Kosovo were horrifed to discover the bodies of at least 45 murdered ethnic Albanian civilians. Five more were discovered yesterday. International monitors say this new outbreak of violence is a clear violation of the terms of a peace accord between the Serb government and the ethnic Albanian separatists agreed upon just a few months ago. A panel talks about the renewed violence and what international action may come next to address the ongoing conflict.
- Tom Gjelten Correspondent, NPR, and author of 'Bacardi and the Long Fight for Cuba: The Biography of a Cause.'
- Obrad Kesic Commentator and analyst on the Balkans and US foreign policy
- Ilir Zherka National Albanian-American Council
- Holly Burkehalter Physicians for Human Rights
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