Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Bomb Blast Damages Car In Kosovo's Capital; Nobody Hurt

PRISTINA (AP)--A bomb exploded inside a car in Kosovo's capital Wednesday, damaging the vehicle but causing no injuries, police said.

The blast occurred in a central neighborhood in Pristina shortly after midnight. The bomb had been placed inside a car, said Sabrije Kamberi, a police spokeswoman.

Police had no motive for the blast. North Atlantic Treaty Organization-led peacekeepers inspected the area after the explosion and police units were investigating.

Kosovo has been administered by the U.N. and patrolled by NATO peacekeepers since mid-1999.

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

1 comment:

Chris Blaku said...

The only people this hurts is the Albanians, which leads one to consider the source of such disturbances?