Decision On Kosovo Looms

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SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina — Political parties that appear to be in sync with the European Union were victorious as Serbia held its first parliamentary elections under the country’s new constitution on Jan. 21, ahead of an important decision on the fate of the province of Kosovo. But the victory was slim in a way that seemed to confirm an old adage that there are two Serbias: One a democratic, urban, European Serbia; the other a nationalistic, rural and insulated Serbia. While political parties aligned with the former prevailed, the formation of an actual government may now be complicated by […]


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