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Home » Content » Kosovo, Europe’s newest country, was formed 10 years ago this week. It is peaceful today, but the path to its creation lay in one of Europe’s most brutal sectarian conflicts.
February 2018 - The Economist + BBC videos. This small, landlocked state of two million people emerged as a result of one of Europe’s most brutal sectarian conflicts since the second world war. Today Kosovo is peaceful, but poor. Unemployment is high and the grey economy accounts for about 30% of the country’s economic activity. And Kosovans are the only citizens in Europe to not have visa free access to the rest of the continent.



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