In Kosovo, both ethnic Albanians and Serbs seem to be speedily searching for a way out of a several-years-long vicious circle. Each is doing so in his own way. The Democratic Alliance of Kosovo (DSK) information center said that the federal police have, for months, been carrying out an action “collecting arms from ethnic Albanians, […]

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