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Kosovo Tense After Boys' Deaths

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Kosovo Tense After Boys' Deaths

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Kosovo Tense After Boys' Deaths

Kosovo Tense After Boys' Deaths

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Tensions remain high in Kosovo, the mostly Muslim enclave of Serbia, following the drowning deaths two weeks ago of three Albanian boys believed to have been chased into a river by Serbian men. The event touched off riots by Albanians, the torching of Serb homes and churches and 20 deaths. Some observers now say Albanians instigated the violence against the Serbs, who are a minority in Kosovo. NATO peacekeepers recently left the area where the violence hit. NPR's Emily Harris reports.

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