Kosovo Elections Ethnic Albanians eyeing independence flocked to the polls today in Kosovo's first free election since the end of Yugoslav rule. Minority Serbs boycotted the ballot. Despite the combination of heavy turnout and confusion over election rules, there was no violence at polling stations. NPR's Anne Garrels visited several polling stations in Pristina. She speaks with host Lisa Simeone.
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Kosovo Elections

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Kosovo Elections

Kosovo Elections

Kosovo Elections

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Ethnic Albanians eyeing independence flocked to the polls today in Kosovo's first free election since the end of Yugoslav rule. Minority Serbs boycotted the ballot. Despite the combination of heavy turnout and confusion over election rules, there was no violence at polling stations. NPR's Anne Garrels visited several polling stations in Pristina. She speaks with host Lisa Simeone.