7 March 1998 On Tuesday, March 3rd, over 50,000 people gathered on a hill in the village of Likosani near Drenica, some 40 kilometers north-east of Kosovo’s capital Pristina. Nine bodies wrapped in red-and-black Albanian national flags were lying in front of a makeshift stage. Only fifty yards away, there were nine freshly dug graves. […]

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