NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports from Kosovo where the United States Special Envoy, Robert Gelbard, visited today. Gelbard told both the Serbian government and ethnic Albanians to stop what he called a "worrisome cycle of violence". The victims of last week's police crackdown still aren't buried. Serb police have threatened to dump the bodies a mass grave unless they're claimed by relatives. Those relatives want international forensic experts to examine the bodies first.



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