Kosovo Writethru

NATO Supreme Commander General Wesley Clark is urging K-FOR contributors to move their forces to the Yugoslav province more quickly. Only about a third of the promised force is there. He also suggested he may want more than the 55 thousand peacekeepers currently called for. Two British soldiers died yesterday while trying to dispose of unexploded bombs from a NATO cluster munition. They were the first fatalities of the K-For peacekeeping mission. Two civilians were also killed in the explosion. Jennifer Glasse reports from Pristina.

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