Kosovo Still Struggling, Four Years into U.N. Mission

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Four years after a Security Council resolution established U.N. administration of Kosovo, results are mixed. An elected Kosovo parliament and coalition executive have been granted minor governing powers, but some officials say the open-ended U.N. mission in Kosovo refuses to grant real decision-making powers. Hear NPR's Sylvia Poggioli.



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