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'NATO Bombed Kosovo to the Ground in 1999'

During the bombardment of the former Yugoslavia by NATO forces, Serbs’ facilities were aimed at primarily non-military targets, thus totally destroying 59 churches, 39 schools and hundreds of other civilian facilities.

That is according to Vladimir Kozin, a former Russian regional director of the OSCE mission in Pristina.

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