Grenade Hurled at Kosovo Corridor Before Serb Premier'south Visit

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Source:   —  April 03, 2016, at 2:31 PM

Police spokesman Besim Hoti says Sun that an explosion was heard at third a. m. at a sports corridor in Zubin Potok, fifty-six kilometers (thirty-five miles) N of the capital, Pristina.

Kosovo police declare a hand grenade has been hurled overnight at a sports corridor that was to host a meeting with Serbia'south visiting prime minister.

Police spokesman Besim Hoti says Sun that an explosion was heard at third a. m. at a sports corridor in Zubin Potok, fifty-six kilometers (thirty-five miles) N of the capital, Pristina. He says it caused number injuries, only damaging a car.

He says the investigation is ongoing and Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic'south ride to Kosovo'south Serb minority would continue.

Vucic is seeking support ahead of Serbia'south April twenty-four parliamentary election, where his Serbian Progressive Party'south governing coalition is being challenged by rising support for right-wing parties. Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in two thousand-eighth but Serbs in Kosovo can still vote in the Serbian election.

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