Analysis 23 Oct 12

Serbia Talks Trigger Violence in Kosovo Capital

Clashes erupted in Pristina following the historic meeting between Kosovo and Serbia leaders, which some in Kosovo see as a sell-out.

Fatmir Aliu BIRN Pristina

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