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In pictures: Kosovo mourns
British soldier in capital Pristina
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Peacekeeping troops kept a watchful eye as Kosovo observed a day of mourning on Monday for victims of last week's violence.
Checkpoint in Pristina
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More than 20,000 international soldiers stepped up security to prevent a repeat of the clashes between Kosovo's majority Albanians and minority Serbs.
Kosovo Prime Minister Bajram Rexhepi (left) with Harri Holkeri
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The head of the UN administration in the region, Harri Holkeri, visited a burned-down block of flats in capital Pristina, accompanied by Prime Minister Bajram Rexhepi.
Danish soldier talks to a Serb Orthodox Christian nun at the monastery of Sokolica, near the flashpoint town of Mitrovica
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A tense calm prevailed in many parts of Kosovo following days of riots, arson and looting which left at least 28 people dead.
A leader of Kosovo Serbs, Oliver Ivanovic, displays a map of recent attacks against his community
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As the violence died down, the apportioning of blame started - with Serb leaders accusing Albanian extremists of a deliberate campaign to displace Serb communities.
Refugees from the Serbian village of Svinjare, near the flashpoint town of Mitrovica
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Thousands of Serbs were driven from their homes and are now waiting for aid.
Relatives of the two Albanian boys who drowned last week, allegedly while being chased by Serbs
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But despite the tensions, there was general relief that the funerals of the two Albanian boys, whose deaths sparked the incidents, passed off peacefully at the weekend.

In Pictures: Mitrovica clashes
17 Mar 04  |  Photo Gallery
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19 Mar 04  |  In Pictures


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