Kosovo: the train of hope


Any journey to the former Yugoslavia obliges one to reckon with memory and the past. Says 72-year-old Serb Ljubisa Djordjevic: “I worked at the post office in Pristina for a lifetime, until such time as it was possible to work with the Albanians”.

Any journey to the former Yugoslavia obliges one to reckon with memory and the past. Says 72-year-old Serb Ljubisa Djordjevic: “I worked at the post office in Pristina for a lifetime, until such time as it was possible to work with the Albanians”.

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