PRISTINA:– Masked assailants broke windows and threw a petrol bomb at the office of Kosovo's president on Saturday but failed to set fire to the building, police said. No one claimed responsibility for the 4 a.m. attack in the centre of the capital Pristina, which the government condemned as "dangerous for the constitutional order and the country's stability." Kosovo is facing a political crisis, with the opposition denouncing an EU-brokered deal with Serbia to give more rights to local Serbs.–Reuters