Serbian refugees were settled in Serbia’s mainly ethnic-Albanian Kosovo region last summer, the strained relations between the area’s Serbian and Albanian residents were highlighted. As survey results reveal, stereotypes and assumptions cloud both groups’ perceptions and foster misunderstanding and animosity by JULIE MERTUS PRISTINA-Deep misunderstandings have prevented Serbian and Albanian neighbors from living in peace […]

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