Around 10,000 recruits are in Kosovo for the moment; and even though a large number of their parents don’t know where their children are, it looks as though the majority doesn’t believe in the efficiency of organized protest rallies. While Spomenka Pejic cried, resting on a gray, metal fence in front of one of the […]
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