Kosovo’s first parliamentary elections since NATO’s bombing campaign are marked by enthusiasm among the region’s ethnic Albanians, but many people still feel despondent about the future by Martin Ehl DJAKOVICA, Kosovo–Dressed in their best suites and dresses, Kosovars have been queuing since early morning in front of polling stations in Djakovica (known in Albanian as […]

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