From the Editor

I wonder how many readers noticed a small item from Agence France-Presse in the Globe and Mail on November 22, headed “UN dog should die, Kosovo Albanians claim”? It appears that members of the UN Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) adopted a stray pregnant dog which they named UNMIK. Sam Holton, the U.S. officer who looks after the mission, has reported that a group of ethnic

Albanians have told the group that the animal has to be killed because it is Serbian. The soldiers will not comply with this request.

Apparently the objects of ethnic hatred are no longer limited to members of the human race.

Happy Holiday wishes to all.

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