Kosovo's Roma Refugees Live In Uncertainty : Foto di attualità

Kosovo's Roma Refugees Live In Uncertainty

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MITROVICA, SERBIA - DECEMBER 12: A Roma refugee watches a passing train in the Cesmin Lug refugee camp in the Serbian district December 12, 2007 in Kosovo province, Serbia. One hundred and fourty-four refugees live in the camp near toxic metal waste left by the Trepca mines, living in extremely poor conditions with no running water. Members of the Roma minority were forced to flee their homes in the Mahala district in southern Mitrovica during the Kosovo war in the 1999. They settled in the Serb-populated northern side of the divided province. Were independence to come to Kosovo, the north would continue as a Serbian enclave. Kosovo, administered by the United Nations since the 1990 conflict, is home to approximately 120,000 Serbs, who face an uncertain future should the province, with its majority Albanian population, become independent under a U.N. proposed plan. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
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MITROVICA, SERBIA - DECEMBER 12: A Roma refugee watches a passing train in the Cesmin Lug refugee camp in the Serbian district December 12, 2007 in Kosovo province, Serbia. One hundred and fourty-four refugees live in the camp near toxic metal waste left by the Trepca mines, living in extremely poor conditions with no running water. Members of the Roma minority were forced to flee their homes in the Mahala district in southern Mitrovica during the Kosovo war in the 1999. They settled in the Serb-populated northern side of the divided province. Were independence to come to Kosovo, the north would continue as a Serbian enclave. Kosovo, administered by the United Nations since the 1990 conflict, is home to approximately 120,000 Serbs, who face an uncertain future should the province, with its majority Albanian population, become independent under a U.N. proposed plan. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)
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Roma refugee watches a passing train in the Cesmin Lug refugee camp... Foto di attualità 78439842Allenamento,Campo profughi,Interessi dell'uomo,Kosovo,Minoranza,Mitrovica,Osservare,Passare,Persone,Povertà,Questioni sociali,Rifugiato,Serbia,ZingaroPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2007 Getty ImagesMITROVICA, SERBIA - DECEMBER 12: A Roma refugee watches a passing train in the Cesmin Lug refugee camp in the Serbian district December 12, 2007 in Kosovo province, Serbia. One hundred and fourty-four refugees live in the camp near toxic metal waste left by the Trepca mines, living in extremely poor conditions with no running water. Members of the Roma minority were forced to flee their homes in the Mahala district in southern Mitrovica during the Kosovo war in the 1999. They settled in the Serb-populated northern side of the divided province. Were independence to come to Kosovo, the north would continue as a Serbian enclave. Kosovo, administered by the United Nations since the 1990 conflict, is home to approximately 120,000 Serbs, who face an uncertain future should the province, with its majority Albanian population, become independent under a U.N. proposed plan. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)