The clash between UN peacekeepers and Serb protesters at a Mitrovica courthouse could bolster hard-liners in Belgrade ahead of May elections.
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Prime Minister Kostunica dissolved the coalition government Saturday after a bitter standoff between hard-line radicals and pro-European forces.
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Serbia said it was hunting down rioters who torched the US Embassy in Belgrade Thursday as 120,000 protested the province's newly declared statehood.
Greece says former Yugoslav's state name – the same as a Greek province – is not acceptable.
President Bush hailed the controversial move, as the EU and UN met to form their responses.
Effort may lack UN legality, but is politically practical, say many diplomats, despite Serb anger.
Despite Serbia's ire, province may declare independence as soon as Sunday.