Kosovo's U.N. chief leaves province

Kosovo's U.N. chief leaves province
Kosovo's U.N. chief leaves province

Soren Jessen-Petersen, who has administered Kosovo for two years, leaves the province as U.N.-sponsored talks on its future status tackle the crucial issue of whether it will become independent or remain part of Serbia. No replacement for Jessen-Petersen has yet been named.

Jessen-Petersen will address the lawmakers as NATO's commander for southeastern Europe, Adm. Harry Ulrich, visits the province's ethnically tense north, where peacekeepers reopened a base and police deployed hundreds of officers amid fears of potential violence, the AP reports.

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