She recalled that every time they tried to take photos or videos, "even when we approached the windows of the café, we were attacked by protesters".
"The windows of the café broke; they [protesters] threw rocks at it when we approached the windows to film. The situation was very difficult," she explained.
Pristina Basic Court on Thursday remanded two Serbian citizens, Sinisa Jevtic and Ivan Sekulic, in custody for 30 days after they were arrested the previous day at the Jarinje border crossing point with Serbia.
They are being held on suspicion of terrorist activity, hooliganism and unauthorised possession of weapons.
"Thirty KFOR soldiers, of whom 19 Hungarians and 11 Italians, were injured on Monday in a cowardly attack by urban guerrillas. I am with them and their families. Nine Italians are in the hospital at the Camp Villaggio base in Italy, one was admitted to a health facility in Pristina, and one in Skopje. None of them are life-threatening, they will recover quickly," said Ristuccia.