NPR's Sarah Chayes reports that the Kosovo Liberation Army has more than tripled its ranks since March, when NATO started its bombing campaign. They have managed to regroup and broke through Yugoslav army lines in the province, near the border crossing where Ethnic Albanian refugees enter Albania. KLA soldiers say they are driven by ideals which have drawn thousands from the Albanian diaspora back to fight for independence.



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