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Kosovo Pt5: Strange brew? Kosovo Serbs seek acceptance

By Clea Broadhurst

When Kosovo declared independence from Serbia ten years ago, many Serbs were living in Kosovo as a minority, in a country where Albanians are the majority: the Serbs had stayed in Kosovo after the wars of the 1990s that saw Kosovo's Albanians fighting Serbia. Today the country still has several Serbian areas. In this final report from a five part series, Clea Broadhurst visits one of these areas - Gracanica, close to the capital Pristina.

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