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|Greek Relief Convoy Hit in Kosovo|
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (AP) - A relief convoy from the Greek branch of Doctors
of the World was hit by a bomb today while en route from Macedonia to
Kosovo's capital, the humanitarian group said.
No injuries were reported but the group was shaken up by the attack, which occurred the same day two American pilots flying an Apache helicopter were killed in a crash during a nighttime NATO training mission in northeastern Albania.
The three trucks and a jeep carrying medicine to a Pristina hospital were traveling near Djeneral Jankovic at about noon when the relief convoy was attacked.
A NATO military
spokesman, Maj. Gen. Walter Jertz, denied allied forces had hit the aid
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