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Sunday, June 20, 1999 Published at 21:59 GMT 22:59 UK


World: Europe

Picture gallery: Kosovo Albanians take revenge



As tens of thousands of Serb civilians leave the war-torn province, returning Kosovo Albanian refugees are already beginning to take revenge, ransacking and sometimes burning down Serb homes.


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Kosovo Albanians loot a Serb house after setting it on fire near Vucitrn, north of Pristina


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Kosovo Albanians load a sofa onto their tractor in Grace


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Returning refugees bring their vehicles to collect as much as they can


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The Kosovo Albanians say they are just taking what was once theirs


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Serbs have already deserted the village


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Serb residents in Mitrovica, north of Pristina, block the way of Kosovo Albanians




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