Ethnic peace in Kosovo

Life of Albanians and Serbs in Mitrovica that Serbia does not want to gain independence.

    The UN's International Court of Justice ruled last week that Kosovo's declaration of independence from Serbia is legal.

    Since then, the EU has been urging Serbia, which refuses to recognise its former province as independent, to negotiate with Kosovo's majority ethnic Albanians over territorial disputes.

    Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips travelled to Mitrovica, a city in northern Kosovo divided between Serbians and Albanians to see if the two communities have potential to live together in peace.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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