Kosova (Albanian kɔˈsɔva)
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The NATO air campaign that ended the Kosovo war in 1999 deployed 1,000 aircraft and took only six weeks to achieve its objectives.
The program unites female leaders of former or current conflict zones, from Kosovo, to Colombia, to Afghanistan.Two Decades After Genocide, Rwanda’s Women Have Made the Nation Thrive|Nina Strochlic|April 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And while many people died in the Kosovo war, as he pointed out, none have died in Crimea.
Russia, traditionally allied with the Serbs, had vehemently opposed the action in Kosovo, and was ignored.
As a precedent, Putin cited Kosovo, which the West helped carve out of Serbia in 1999 against Russian objections.
Serbia – because it wants to regain its lost sovereignty over at least the northern part of Kosovo.
Kosovo's political future remained undetermined: a province?
All lie dead on the field at Kosovo; all save Yuk Brankovich, whose name be for ever accursed.Through the Land of the Serb|Mary Edith Durham
Russian obligations could be had for less in August 1998 and Macedonian ones during the Kosovo crisis.
Albania, mired in the twin crises of economy and identity – had little mind or heart for Kosovo.