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Wesley Clark Describes Trouble in the Balkans

In a December 9, 1999, press conference, Gen. Wesley Clark, supreme Allied commander of NATO, highlights growing tensions in Montenegro four years after the Dayton Accords and the deployment of NATO forces in the Balkans.

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