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KOSOVO
RTXVBEO
December 02, 2010
Local ethnic Serbs sell home-grown products at a multiethnic market in the eastern Kosovo town of Gnjlane,...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
Local ethnic Serbs sell their home grown pruducts in a mutlti ethnic market in the Kosovo eastern town...
Local ethnic Serbs sell home-grown products at a multiethnic market in the eastern Kosovo town of Gnjlane, December 2, 2010, as an election poster is seen on left. Many Serbs south of Ibar river will participate in Kosovo's parliamentary elections scheduled to be held on December 12, 2010, while Serbs living in the north part of the country are expected to boycott these elections. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS SOCIETY)
KOSOVO
RTXVBEF
December 02, 2010
An elderly woman is seen at a multiethnic market where local ethnic Serbs sell home-grown products in...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
An elderly woman is seen at a multiethnic market where local ethnic Serbs sell home-grown products in...
An elderly woman is seen at a multiethnic market where local ethnic Serbs sell home-grown products in the eastern Kosovo town of Gnjlane December 2, 2010. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO - Tags: SOCIETY)
KOSOVO
RTXVBDW
December 02, 2010
Local ethnic Serbs sell home-grown products at a multiethnic market in the Kosovo eastern town of Gnjlane...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
Local ethnic Serbs sell home-grown products at a multiethnic market in the Kosovo eastern town of Gnjlane...
Local ethnic Serbs sell home-grown products at a multiethnic market in the Kosovo eastern town of Gnjlane December 2, 2010. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO - Tags: SOCIETY)
KOSOVO
RTXVBDT
December 02, 2010
An ethnic Serb sits at a multiethnic market in the Kosovo eastern town of Gnjlane December 2, 2010. Many...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
An ethnic Serb sits at a multiethnic market in the Kosovo eastern town of Gnjlane
An ethnic Serb sits at a multiethnic market in the Kosovo eastern town of Gnjlane December 2, 2010. Many Serbs south of the Ibar river will participate in Kosovo's parliamentary elections scheduled to be held on December 12, 2010, while Serbs living in the north part of the country are expected to boycott these elections. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS SOCIETY)
KOSOVO
RTXVBDI
December 02, 2010
Ethnic Serbs sell home-grown products at a multiethnic market as election posters are seen in the background...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
Ethnic Serbs sell home-grown products at a multiethnic market as election posters are seen in the background...
Ethnic Serbs sell home-grown products at a multiethnic market as election posters are seen in the background in the eastern Kosovo town of Gnjlane December 2, 2010. Many Serbs south of the Ibar river will participate in Kosovo's parliamentary elections scheduled to be held on December 12, 2010, while Serbs living in the north part of the country are expected to boycott these elections. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS SOCIETY)
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RTXQAWS
November 03, 2009
A soldier from the German and Austrian contingent of troops takes part in a rehearsal near the town of...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
A soldier from the German and Austrian contingent of troops takes part in a rehearsal near the town of...
A soldier from the German and Austrian contingent of troops takes part in a rehearsal near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, as they train on how to control violent protests, November 3, 2009. The 600 soldiers from Germany and Austria arrived in Kosovo four weeks ago and their mission is to be familiar with the Kosovo environment so as to be able to react quickly if they are needed to help NATO troops in Kosovo. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO MILITARY POLITICS)
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RTXQAWN
November 03, 2009
German and Austrian troops take part in a rehearsal near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, as they...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
German and Austrian troops take part in a rehearsal near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, as they...
German and Austrian troops take part in a rehearsal near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, as they train on how to control violent protests, November 3, 2009. The 600 soldiers from Germany and Austria arrived in Kosovo four weeks ago and their mission is to be familiar with the Kosovo environment so as to be able to react quickly if they are needed to help NATO troops in Kosovo. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO MILITARY POLITICS)
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RTXQAWM
November 03, 2009
German and Austrian troops take part in a rehearsal near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, as they...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
German and Austrian troops take part in a rehearsal near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, as they...
German and Austrian troops take part in a rehearsal near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, as they train on how to control violent protests, November 3, 2009. The 600 soldiers from Germany and Austria arrived in Kosovo four weeks ago and their mission is to be familiar with the Kosovo environment so as to be able to react quickly if they are needed to help NATO troops in Kosovo. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO MILITARY POLITICS)
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RTXQAWI
November 03, 2009
German and Austrian troops take part in a rehearsal near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, as they...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
German and Austrian troops take part in a rehearsal near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, as they...
German and Austrian troops take part in a rehearsal near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, as they train on how to control violent protests, November 3, 2009. The 600 soldiers from Germany and Austria arrived in Kosovo four weeks ago and their mission is to be familiar with the Kosovo environment so as to be able to react quickly if they are needed to help NATO troops in Kosovo. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO MILITARY POLITICS)
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RTXQAWF
November 03, 2009
German and Austrian troops take part in a rehearsal near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, as they...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
German and Austrian troops take part in a rehearsal near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, as they...
German and Austrian troops take part in a rehearsal near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, as they train on how to control violent protests, November 3, 2009. The 600 soldiers from Germany and Austria arrived in Kosovo four weeks ago and their mission is to be familiar with the Kosovo environment so as to be able to react quickly if they are needed to help NATO troops in Kosovo. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO MILITARY POLITICS)
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RTXQAVX
November 03, 2009
A German soldier looks through his scope during a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane,...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
A German soldier looks through his scope during a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane...
A German soldier looks through his scope during a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, November 3, 2009. Some 600 soldiers from Germany and Austria arrived in Kosovo four weeks ago to familiarise themselves with the Kosovo environment and allow them to react quickly if called upon to help NATO's 12,600 troops in Kosovo. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO POLITICS MILITARY)
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RTXQAVP
November 03, 2009
German and Austrian troops take part in a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane, eastern...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
German and Austrian troops take part in a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane
German and Austrian troops take part in a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, November 3, 2009. Some 600 soldiers from Germany and Austria arrived in Kosovo four weeks ago to familiarise themselves with the Kosovo environment and allow them to react quickly if called upon to help NATO's 12,600 troops in Kosovo. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO POLITICS MILITARY)
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RTXQAVJ
November 03, 2009
German and Austrian troops take part in a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane, eastern...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
German and Austrian troops take part in a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane
German and Austrian troops take part in a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, November 3, 2009. Some 600 soldiers from Germany and Austria arrived in Kosovo four weeks ago to familiarise themselves with the Kosovo environment and allow them to react quickly if called upon to help NATO's 12,600 troops in Kosovo. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO POLITICS MILITARY)
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RTXQAVI
November 03, 2009
German and Austrian troops take part in a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane, eastern...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
German and Austrian troops take part in a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane
German and Austrian troops take part in a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, November 3, 2009. Some 600 soldiers from Germany and Austria arrived in Kosovo four weeks ago to familiarise themselves with the Kosovo environment and allow them to react quickly if called upon to help NATO's 12,600 troops in Kosovo. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO POLITICS MILITARY)
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RTXQAVH
November 03, 2009
German and Austrian troops take part in a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane, eastern...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
German and Austrian troops take part in a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane
German and Austrian troops take part in a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, November 3, 2009. Some 600 soldiers from Germany and Austria arrived in Kosovo four weeks ago to familiarise themselves with the Kosovo environment and allow them to react quickly if called upon to help NATO's 12,600 troops in Kosovo. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO POLITICS MILITARY)
KOSOVO/
RTXQAVF
November 03, 2009
German and Austrian troops take part in a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane, eastern...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
German and Austrian troops take part in a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane
German and Austrian troops take part in a simulated violent protest, near the town of Gnjilane, eastern Kosovo, November 3, 2009. Some 600 soldiers from Germany and Austria arrived in Kosovo four weeks ago to familiarise themselves with the Kosovo environment and allow them to react quickly if called upon to help NATO's 12,600 troops in Kosovo. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO POLITICS MILITARY)
KOSOVO
RTR25J77
July 10, 2009
Forensic experts are seen through trees at the site of a mass grave in eastern Kosovo, July 10, 2009....
Gnjilane, Kosovo
Forensic experts are seen through trees at the site of a mass grave in eastern Kosovo
Forensic experts are seen through trees at the site of a mass grave in eastern Kosovo, July 10, 2009. The European Union and local police have said they have uncovered the remains of eight bodies killed during the 1998-99 war. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO SOCIETY OBITUARY CONFLICT)
KOSOVO
RTR25J6T
July 10, 2009
Forensic experts dig at the site of mass grave in eastern Kosovo, July 10, 2009. The European Union and...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
Forensic experts dig at the site of mass grave in eastern Kosovo
Forensic experts dig at the site of mass grave in eastern Kosovo, July 10, 2009. The European Union and local police have said they have uncovered the remains of eight bodies killed during the 1998-99 war. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO SOCIETY OBITUARY CONFLICT)
KOSOVO
RTR25J6P
July 10, 2009
A forensic expert digs at the site of a mass grave in eastern Kosovo, July 10, 2009. The European Union...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
A forensic expert digs at the site of a mass grave in eastern Kosovo
A forensic expert digs at the site of a mass grave in eastern Kosovo, July 10, 2009. The European Union and local police have said they have uncovered the remains of eight bodies killed during the 1998-99 war. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO SOCIETY OBITUARY CONFLICT)
KOSOVO
RTR25J6B
July 10, 2009
Forensic experts dig a mass grave in eastern Kosovo, July 10, 2009. The European Union and local police...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
Forensic experts dig a mass grave in eastern Kosovo
Forensic experts dig a mass grave in eastern Kosovo, July 10, 2009. The European Union and local police have said they have uncovered the remains of eight bodies killed during the 1998-99 war. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO SOCIETY OBITUARY CONFLICT)
KOSOVO
RTR25J66
July 10, 2009
Forensic experts dig a mass grave in eastern Kosovo, July 10, 2009. The European Union and local police...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
Forensic experts dig a mass grave in eastern Kosovo
Forensic experts dig a mass grave in eastern Kosovo, July 10, 2009. The European Union and local police have said they have uncovered the remains of eight bodies killed during the 1998-99 war. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO SOCIETY OBITUARY CONFLICT)
KOSOVO
RTXCQP3
March 13, 2009
Kosovo Serbs walk home after taking part in a protest in Silovo in eastern Kosovo March 13, 2009 against...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
Kosovo Serbs walk home after taking part in a protest in Silovo in eastern Kosovo
Kosovo Serbs walk home after taking part in a protest in Silovo in eastern Kosovo March 13, 2009 against power cuts that have left residents in the dark for 10 days. The cuts are caused by damaged power lines but the Kosovo Energy Corporation will not repair the damage until outstanding bills are paid by residents, according to local media. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
KOSOVO
RTXCQOY
March 13, 2009
Kosovo Serbs gesture behind a Serbian flag as they take part in a protest in Silovo in eastern Kosovo...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
Kosovo Serbs gesture behind a Serbian flag as they take part in a protest in Silovo
Kosovo Serbs gesture behind a Serbian flag as they take part in a protest in Silovo in eastern Kosovo March 13, 2009 against power cuts that have left residents in the dark for 10 days. The cuts are caused by damaged power lines but the Kosovo Energy Corporation will not repair the damage until outstanding bills are paid by residents, according to local media. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
KOSOVO
RTXCQOR
March 13, 2009
A group of Kosovo Serbs takes part in a protest in Silovo in eastern Kosovo March 13, 2009 against power...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
A group of Kosovo Serbs takes part in a protest in Silovo in eastern Kosovo
A group of Kosovo Serbs takes part in a protest in Silovo in eastern Kosovo March 13, 2009 against power cuts that have left residents in the dark for 10 days. The cuts are caused by damaged power lines but the Kosovo Energy Corporation will not repair the damage until outstanding bills are paid by residents, according to local media. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
KOSOVO
RTXCQOI
March 13, 2009
A Kosovo Serb boy stands behind a Serbian flag as he takes part in a protest in Silovo in eastern Kosovo...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
A Kosovo Serb boy stands behind a Serbian flag as he takes part in a protest in Silovo
A Kosovo Serb boy stands behind a Serbian flag as he takes part in a protest in Silovo in eastern Kosovo March 13, 2009 against power cuts that have left residents in the dark for 10 days. The cuts are caused by damaged power lines but the Kosovo Energy Corporation will not repair the damage until outstanding bills are paid by residents, according to local media. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
KOSOVO
RTXCQOH
March 13, 2009
A group of Kosovo Serbs takes part in a protest in Silovo in eastern Kosovo March 13, 2009 against power...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
A group of Kosovo Serbs takes part in a protest in Silovo in eastern Kosovo
A group of Kosovo Serbs takes part in a protest in Silovo in eastern Kosovo March 13, 2009 against power cuts that have left residents in the dark for 10 days. The cuts are caused by damaged power lines but the Kosovo Energy Corporation will not repair the damage until outstanding bills are paid by residents, according to local media. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
KOSOVO
RTXB9DR
February 05, 2009
Kosovo Albanian children wait to see Britain's Princess Anne during her visit to a preschool in the town...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
Kosovo Albanian children wait to see Britain's Princess Anne during her visit to a preschool in the town...
Kosovo Albanian children wait to see Britain's Princess Anne during her visit to a preschool in the town of Gnjilane, in the eastern part of Kosovo February 5, 2009. The only daughter of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is in Kosovo for a three-day visit. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO)
KOSOVO
RTXB9DQ
February 05, 2009
A British police officer who serves in the EU mission in Kosovo (EULEX) sits with Kosovo Albanian children...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
A British police officer who serves in the EU mission in Kosovo sits with Kosovo Albanian children as...
A British police officer who serves in the EU mission in Kosovo (EULEX) sits with Kosovo Albanian children as they wait for a visit by Britain's Princess Anne in a preschool in the town of Gnjilane, eastern part of Kosovo, February 5, 2009. The only daughter of British Queen Elizabeth II is in Kosovo for a three day visit. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO)
KOSOVO
RTXB9DH
February 05, 2009
A Kosovo child gives flowers to Britain's Princess Anne (C) during her visit to a preschool in the town...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
A Kosovo child gives flowers to Britain's Princess Anne during her visit to a preschool in the town of...
A Kosovo child gives flowers to Britain's Princess Anne (C) during her visit to a preschool in the town of Gnjilane, in the eastern part of Kosovo February 5, 2009. The only daughter of Britain's Queen Elizabeth is in Kosovo for a three-day visit. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO)
KOSOVO
RTXB9DD
February 05, 2009
A Kosovo child gives flowers to Britain's Princess Anne during her visit to a preschool in the town of...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
A Kosovo child gives flowers to Britain's Princess Anne during her visit to a preschool in the town of...
A Kosovo child gives flowers to Britain's Princess Anne during her visit to a preschool in the town of Gnjilane, in the eastern part of Kosovo February 5, 2009. The only daughter of Britain's Queen Elizabeth is in Kosovo for a three-day visit. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO)
KOSOVO
RTXB9DB
February 05, 2009
A Kosovo child gives flowers to Britain's Princess Anne during her visit to a preschool in the town of...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
A Kosovo child gives flowers to Britain's Princess Anne during her visit to a preschool in the town of...
A Kosovo child gives flowers to Britain's Princess Anne during her visit to a preschool in the town of Gnjilane, in the eastern part of Kosovo February 5, 2009. The only daughter of Britain's Queen Elizabeth is in Kosovo for a three-day visit. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO)
KOSOVO
RTXB9D4
February 05, 2009
A Kosovo child gives flowers to Britain's Princess Anne (C) during her visit to a preschool in the town...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
A Kosovo child gives flowers to Britain's Princess Anne during her visit to a preschool in the town of...
A Kosovo child gives flowers to Britain's Princess Anne (C) during her visit to a preschool in the town of Gnjilane, in the eastern part of Kosovo February 5, 2009. The only daughter of Britain's Queen Elizabeth is in Kosovo for a three-day visit. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO)
KOSOVO
RTX8FH6
September 05, 2008
A Kosovo Albanian man pushes a pram carrying his niece at a public garden in the town of Gnjilane, east...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
A Kosovo Albanian man pushes a pram carrying his niece at a public garden in the town of Gnjilane, east...
A Kosovo Albanian man pushes a pram carrying his niece at a public garden in the town of Gnjilane, east of Kosovo's capital Pristina, September 4, 2008. Picture taken September 4, 2008. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO)
KOSOVO
RTX8FH5
September 05, 2008
A Kosovo Albanian man waters a public garden in the town of Gnjilane, east of Kosovo's capital Pristina,...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
A Kosovo Albanian man waters a public garden in the town of Gnjilane, east of Pristina
A Kosovo Albanian man waters a public garden in the town of Gnjilane, east of Kosovo's capital Pristina, September 4, 2008. Picture taken September 4, 2008. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO)
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RTX8FH4
September 05, 2008
A Kosovo Albanian man herds sheep near the town of Gnjilane, east of Kosovo's capital Pristina, September...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
A Kosovo Albanian man herds sheep near the town of Gnjilane, east of Pristina
A Kosovo Albanian man herds sheep near the town of Gnjilane, east of Kosovo's capital Pristina, September 4,2008. Picture taken September 4, 2008. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO)
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RTX975L
February 19, 2008
An ethnic Albanian boy rides a bicycle past paintings of the flags of countries who supported Kosovo's...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
An ethnic Albanian boy rides a bicycle past paintings of the flags of countries who supported Kosovo's...
An ethnic Albanian boy rides a bicycle past paintings of the flags of countries who supported Kosovo's independence, in Gnjilane February 19, 2008. Europe's major powers and the United States said on Monday they recognized Kosovo's new independence, as Serbs reacted with anger and some states warned that its secession from Serbia set a dangerous precedent. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (KOSOVO) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
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RTR1XAGM
February 19, 2008
Ethnic Albanian girls walk in front of paintings of the flags of countries who supported Kosovo's independence...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
Ethnic Albanian girls walk in front of paintings of flags of countries who supported Kosovo's independence...
Ethnic Albanian girls walk in front of paintings of the flags of countries who supported Kosovo's independence in Gnjilane February 19, 2008. Europe's major powers and the United States said on Monday they recognized Kosovo's new independence, as Serbs reacted with anger and some states warned that its secession from Serbia set a dangerous precedent. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (KOSOVO)
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RTR1XAGL
February 19, 2008
Ethnic Albanian girls walk in front of paintings of the flags of countries who supported Kosovo's independence...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
Ethnic Albanian girls walk in front of paintings of flags of countries who supported Kosovo's independence...
Ethnic Albanian girls walk in front of paintings of the flags of countries who supported Kosovo's independence in Gnjilane February 19, 2008. Europe's major powers and the United States said on Monday they recognized Kosovo's new independence, as Serbs reacted with anger and some states warned that its secession from Serbia set a dangerous precedent. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (KOSOVO)
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RTR1XAGC
February 19, 2008
Ethnic Albanians are seen above a wall decorated with paintings of the flags of countries who supported...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
Ethnic Albanians are seen above wall decorated with paintings of flags of countries who supported Kosovo's...
Ethnic Albanians are seen above a wall decorated with paintings of the flags of countries who supported Kosovo's independence in Gnjilane February 19, 2008. Europe's major powers and the United States said on Monday they recognized Kosovo's new independence, as Serbs reacted with anger and some states warned that its secession from Serbia set a dangerous precedent. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (KOSOVO)
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RTR1XAG7
February 19, 2008
Ethnic Albanians stand near paintings of the flags of countries who supported Kosovo's independence,...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
Ethnic Albanians stand near paintings of flags of countries who supported Kosovo's independence, in Gnjilane...
Ethnic Albanians stand near paintings of the flags of countries who supported Kosovo's independence, in Gnjilane February 19, 2008. Europe's major powers and the United States said on Monday they recognized Kosovo's new independence, as Serbs reacted with anger and some states warned that its secession from Serbia set a dangerous precedent. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (KOSOVO)
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RTR1XAG6
February 19, 2008
Ethnic Albanians stand near paintings of the flags of countries who supported Kosovo's independence,...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
Ethnic Albanians stand near paintings of flags of countries who supported Kosovo's independence, in Gnjilane...
Ethnic Albanians stand near paintings of the flags of countries who supported Kosovo's independence, in Gnjilane February 19, 2008. Europe's major powers and the United States said on Monday they recognized Kosovo's new independence, as Serbs reacted with anger and some states warned that its secession from Serbia set a dangerous precedent. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (KOSOVO)
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RTR1XAG0
February 19, 2008
An ethnic Albanian boy rides a bicycle past paintings of the flags of countries who supported Kosovo's...
Gnjilane, Kosovo
Ethnic Albanian boy rides bicycle past paintings of flags of countries who supported Kosovo's independence,...
An ethnic Albanian boy rides a bicycle past paintings of the flags of countries who supported Kosovo's independence, in Gnjilane February 19, 2008. Europe's major powers and the United States said on Monday they recognized Kosovo's new independence, as Serbs reacted with anger and some states warned that its secession from Serbia set a dangerous precedent. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (KOSOVO) Also see GF2E4A40NZG01
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RTR1S2FK
July 20, 2007
Members of the Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) take part in a military ceremony as the U.S. Army, part...
Gnjilane, Serbia & Montenegro
Members of Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) in a military ceremony in Gnjilane
Members of the Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) take part in a military ceremony as the U.S. Army, part of NATO's peacekeeping mission in Kosovo, handed over a military base to the Kosovo Protection Corps in Gnjilane, 40 km (25 miles) east of Pristina, July 20, 2007. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (SERBIA)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/US
RTR1S2FI
July 20, 2007
U.S. soldiers take part in a military ceremony as the U.S. Army, part of NATO's peacekeeping mission...
Gnjilane, Serbia & Montenegro
U.S. soldiers in a military ceremony in Gnjilane
U.S. soldiers take part in a military ceremony as the U.S. Army, part of NATO's peacekeeping mission in Kosovo, handed over a military base to the Kosovo Protection Corps in Gnjilane, 40 km (25 miles) east of Pristina, July 20, 2007. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (SERBIA)
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RTR1S2FG
July 20, 2007
U.S. soldiers and members of the Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) take part in a military ceremony as the...
Gnjilane, Serbia & Montenegro
U.S. soldiers and members of Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) in a military ceremony in Gnjilane
U.S. soldiers and members of the Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) take part in a military ceremony as the U.S. Army, part of NATO's peacekeeping mission in Kosovo, handed over a military base to the Kosovo Protection Corps in Gnjilane, 40 km (25 miles) east of Pristina, July 20, 2007. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (SERBIA)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/US
RTR1S2EK
July 20, 2007
A Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) member (R) embraces a U.S. soldier as the U.S. Army, part of NATO's peacekeeping...
Gnjilane, Serbia & Montenegro
A Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) member embraces a US soldier in Gnjilane
A Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) member (R) embraces a U.S. soldier as the U.S. Army, part of NATO's peacekeeping mission in Kosovo, handed over a military base to the Kosovo Protection Corps in Gnjilane, 40 km (25 miles) east of Pristina, July 20, 2007. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (SERBIA)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/US
RTR1S2EJ
July 20, 2007
A Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) member (R) embraces a U.S. soldier as the U.S. Army, part of NATO's peacekeeping...
Gnjilane, Serbia & Montenegro
A Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) member embraces a US soldier in Gnjilane
A Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) member (R) embraces a U.S. soldier as the U.S. Army, part of NATO's peacekeeping mission in Kosovo, handed over a military base to the Kosovo Protection Corps in Gnjilane, 40 km (25 miles) east of Pristina, July 20, 2007. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (SERBIA)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/US
RTR1S2EG
July 20, 2007
A Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) member (R) embraces a U.S. soldier as the U.S. Army, part of NATO's peacekeeping...
Gnjilane, Serbia & Montenegro
A Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) member embraces a US soldier in Gnjilane
A Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) member (R) embraces a U.S. soldier as the U.S. Army, part of NATO's peacekeeping mission in Kosovo, handed over a military base to the Kosovo Protection Corps in Gnjilane, 40 km (25 miles) east of Pristina, July 20, 2007. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (SERBIA)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/US
RTR1S2EE
July 20, 2007
A Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) member (R) embraces a U.S. soldier as the U.S. Army, part of NATO's peacekeeping...
Gnjilane, Serbia & Montenegro
A Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) member embraces a US soldier in Gnjilane
A Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) member (R) embraces a U.S. soldier as the U.S. Army, part of NATO's peacekeeping mission in Kosovo, handed over a military base to the Kosovo Protection Corps in Gnjilane, 40 km (25 miles) east of Pristina, July 20, 2007. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (SERBIA)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/US
RTR1S2EC
July 20, 2007
This combo picture shows a Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) member (R) embracing a U.S. soldier as the U.S....
Gnjilane, Serbia & Montenegro
Combo picture shows a Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) member (R) embracing a U.S. soldier as the U.S. Army,...
This combo picture shows a Kosovo Protection Corps (TMK) member (R) embracing a U.S. soldier as the U.S. Army, part of NATO's peacekeeping mission in Kosovo, handed over a military base to the Kosovo Protection Corps in Gnjilane, 40 km (25 miles) east of Pristina, July 20, 2007. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (SERBIA)
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
RTRIVUR
May 29, 2001
A former ethnic Albanian guerrilla commander Shefket Musliu, (2nd-R) walks past U.S. KFOR soldiers in...
Gnjilane, Yugoslavia
FORMER ETHNIC ALBANIAN GUERRILLA COMMANDER WALKS IN GNJILANE.
A former ethnic Albanian guerrilla commander Shefket Musliu, (2nd-R) walks past U.S. KFOR soldiers in the eastern Kosovo town of Gnjilane May 29 2001, accompanied by former guerrillas who turned themselves in several days ago. Musliu met KFOR soldiers and Riza Halimi, a political leader of the ethnic Albanians in the Southern Serbia town of Presevo in an organized press opportunity outside the US KFOR base.

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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
RTR9UIU
October 23, 2000
NATO-led KFOR special unit soldiers patrol past a caged dog during an exercise near the town of Gnjilane,...
Gnjilane, Yugoslavia
KFOR SPECIAL UNIT SOLDIERS WALK BESIDE DOG DURING EXERCISE IN GNJILANE.
NATO-led KFOR special unit soldiers patrol past a caged dog during an exercise near the town of Gnjilane, Kosovo, October 23, 2000. Serbia's southern province, which has been run by the United Nations since the end of a NATO bombing campaign in 1999, is due to hold municipal elections on October 28.

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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
RTR9UHT
October 23, 2000
NATO-led KFOR special unit soldiers, that arrived in Kosovo to secure upcoming municipal elections scheduled...
Gnjilane, Yugoslavia
KFOR SPECIAL UNIT SOLDIERS RUN INTO A HELICOPTER IN GNJILANE.
NATO-led KFOR special unit soldiers, that arrived in Kosovo to secure upcoming municipal elections scheduled for October 28, run into a helicopter during an exercise near the town of Gnjilane October 23, 2000. Serbia's southern province, which has been run by the United Nations since the end of a NATO bombing campaign in 1999, is due to hold municipal elections on October 28.

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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
RTR72XG
August 08, 2000
Miroljub Momcilovic (C) and his sons Jugoslav and Boban hug their relatives in the court in the Kosovo...
Gnjilane, Yugoslavia
MIROLJUB MOMCILOVIC AND HIS SONS JUGOSLAV AND BOBAN HUG THEIR RELATIVES IN KOSOVO COURT.
Miroljub Momcilovic (C) and his sons Jugoslav and Boban hug their relatives in the court in the Kosovo town of Gnjilane August 8, 2000. A Kosovo court cleared three Serb men of murdering an ethnic Albanian last year in the first such acquittal since the U.N. took charge of justice in the Yugoslav province.

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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
RTR6LOC
July 24, 2000
Miroljub Momcilovic (C) and his sons Jugoslav (L) and Boban (R) sitting in court during a trial in the...
Gnjilane, Yugoslavia
MIROLJUB MOMCILOVIC AND HIS SONS JUGOSLAV AND BOBAN SITING IN COURT DURING TRIAL IN GNJILANE.
Miroljub Momcilovic (C) and his sons Jugoslav (L) and Boban (R) sitting in court during a trial in the town of Gnjilane some 46 km south-east of Pristina, July 24, 2000. In a case which had already sparked fears of a miscarriage of justice among international observers, Miroljub Momcilovic and his sons Jugoslav and Boban are accused of the murder of Afrim Gagica and of illegal possession of firearms.

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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
RTR6LNR
July 24, 2000
Miroljub Momcilovic (R) and his sons Jugoslav (C) and Boban (L) sitting in court during a trial in the...
Gnjilane, Yugoslavia
MIROLJUB MOMCILOVIC AND HIS SONS JUGOSLAV AND BOBAN SITING IN COURT DURING TRIAL IN GNJILANE.
Miroljub Momcilovic (R) and his sons Jugoslav (C) and Boban (L) sitting in court during a trial in the town of Gnjilane some 46 km south-east of Pristina, July 24, 2000. In a case which had already sparked fears of a miscarriage of justice among international observers, Miroljub Momcilovic and his sons Jugoslav and Boban are accused of the murder of Afrim Gagica and of illegal possession of firearms.

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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
RTR6GFU
July 19, 2000
U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Henry Shelton (L) congratulates a U.S. serviceman who just...
Gnjilane, Yugoslavia
GENERAL SHELTON CONGRATULATES US SOLDIER IN KOSOVO.
U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Henry Shelton (L) congratulates a U.S. serviceman who just finished his tour of duty in Kosovo town of Gnjilane July 19.

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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO TRIAL
RTR5H7R
June 20, 2000
Milos Jokic (C) a 21-year-old Serb man, is escorted by policemen to court to face a charge of genocide...
Gnjilane, Yugoslavia
A SERB MAN MILOS JOKIC ARRIVES TO THE COURT FOR FIRST WAR CRIMES TRIAL IN KOSOVO TOWN OF GNJILANE.
Milos Jokic (C) a 21-year-old Serb man, is escorted by policemen to court to face a charge of genocide in the town of Gnjilane June 20. In the first war crimes trial arising from the Kosovo conflict, Jokic is accused of leading a nine-member paramilitary group which terrorised members of Kosovo's ethnic Albanian majority during last year's NATO air war against Serb forces.

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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
RTR280E
March 14, 2000
Assistant Secretary of the State James Rubin (L) accompanied by Ambassador Chris Hill (R) speaks during...
Gnjilane, Yugoslavia
JAMES RUBIN AND CHRIS HILL DURING NEWS CONFERENCE IN TOWN OF GNJILANE.
Assistant Secretary of the State James Rubin (L) accompanied by Ambassador Chris Hill (R) speaks during the news confererence in the U.S. military base Camp Monteith in town of Gnjilane some 35 km south-east of Pristina, March 14. The U.S. officials hammered ethnic Albanian leaders in Kosovo for the third day on Tuesday, urging them to vindicate a massive international commitment by choosing a peaceful coexistence.

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KOSOVO
RTXJLLM
March 10, 2000
Ethnic Albanian leader Hashim Thaqi (L) and KFOR commander German General Klaus Reinhardt (R) talk to...
Gnjilane, Yugoslavia
Ethnic Albanian leader Hashim Thaqi (L) and KFOR commander German General Klaus Reinhardt (R) talk t.....
Ethnic Albanian leader Hashim Thaqi (L) and KFOR commander German General Klaus Reinhardt (R) talk to the media at a news conference in the Kosovo town of Gnjilane March 10. International peacekeepers in Kosovo (KFOR), will tighten security in boundary areas to prevent unrest in Serbia from spilling into this Yugoslav province. [General Klaus Reinhardt, the KFOR commander, was expected to announce details of the security measures later on Friday. Since last June about 6,000 ethnic Albanians from towns and villages in the Presevo valley of southeastern Serbia have filtered across the administrative boundary with the Yugoslav province of Kosovo, which is under international control. Most are housed with friends or relatives in Kosovo and the U.N. refugee agency is providing support for the rest. Ominously, a small, armed ethnic Albanian militia group has surfaced on the Serbian side of the border in recent weeks vowing to mount a defence of non-Serb villages in the region].
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