BELGRADE, Yugoslavia -- Two home-made bombs exploded but caused no major damage Friday in Pristina, the capital of southeastern Kosovo province, mostly populated with ethnic Albanians, officials said Saturday.
The two blasts in the center of Pristina shattered store glasses and windows on buildings, police said. No casualties were reported.
The Kosovo autonomous province was the scene of pro-Albanian riots in March and April 1981 when at least nine people were killed and more than 250 injured.
Ethnic Albanian extremists have continued anti-Yugoslav activities since but at a subdued level. ---