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Kosovo Pt3: Integrating Kosovo's minorities

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Young Roma take part in a ecumenical service organised by Brother Moritz in Tranzit.
Young Roma take part in a ecumenical service organised by Brother Moritz in Tranzit. © Jan Schmidt-Whitley

Kosovo's main minority population are the Serbs, who live alongside the majority Albanian population. When the country became independent from Serbia ten years ago, its new constitution declared that its two official languages would be Albanian and Serbian.

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But there are other minority groups in Kosovo - the Ashkali, Balkan Egyptians and Roma: often victims of prejudice and discrimination.

As Clea Broadhurst explains in this third report from a five part series, bridges are being built to integrate these small cultural minorities into Kosovo's population.

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