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What does KFOR stand for?

KFOR stands for Kosovo Forces (NATO)

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Unrest began when Kosovo forces tried to gain control of a border post in an ethnic Serb area on July 25, resulting in the police officer's shooting.
Former head of DBK (Security and Counter-Intelligence Office) Janko Bacev doubts that Kosovo forces will collaborate with Macedonian police over the border safety.
Bill Kimble, USAF Kosovo SGT Heather Shelley, a sling-load operator with the 201st Logistics Task Force, marshals a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter sling-loading a Humvee during the Kosovo Forces Inter-Operability Exercise at Camp Bondsteel.
Corporal Steve Cook, from Penrhys in Rhondda, has been power lifting for more than five years and has already won a European title, silver and bronze medals in world championships, a Wales silver medal and was most recently named Kosovo Forces (KFOR) multiinternational lightweight power lifting champion.
The plan includes aggressive measures to publish the October - December 2000 issue featuring Army Transformation on 14 August 2001, the January - September 2001 issue featuring Kosovo Forces on 31 August 2001, and the October - December 2001 issue featuring the Combat Training Centers and Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield on 31 October 2001.
Close to Pristina, the Kosovo capital, Albanian refugees ran from the hillside to cheer the arrival of the Kosovo Forces.