30 January 1995 The more than 1.5 million ethnic Albanians living in the former Yugoslavia faced problems of many sorts during 1994. In the Serbian province of Kosovo, which has an Albanian majority of about 90 percent, the deadlock continued between Serbian authorities and the Kosovar shadow state. Representatives of the self-declared Republic of Kosovo […]

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