A Kosovo Serb woman cries over a vandalized grave in the ethnically divided Kosovo town of Mitrovica November 2, 2013. Serbs from the north of Mitrovica crossed the river into the mainly Albanian ... more 
A Kosovo Serb woman cries over a vandalized grave in the ethnically divided Kosovo town of Mitrovica November 2, 2013. Serbs from the north of Mitrovica crossed the river into the mainly Albanian south to pay respects to lost loved ones on the winter "Zadusnice" -- the Serbian Orthodox equivalent of All Souls' Day -- at the Orthodox cemetery a day before Sunday's Kosovo municipal election. The election is the first to include a small Serb-populated pocket in the north, which has resisted integration since Kosovo - where 90 percent of the population is Albanian - declared independence in 2008. (REUTERS/Marko Djurica) less 
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Reuters | Photo By REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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