analysis 17 Feb 10

Kosovo Independence Anniversary Brings Mixed Emotions

There were fireworks and revelers on the streets on Wednesday – but two years on, the actual gains of statehood have left many people in Kosovo feeling shortchanged.

By Lawrence Marzouk and Petrit Collaku
Pristina

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