Serbia and Montenegro (Kosovo/Kosova): "Prisoners in our own homes": Amnesty International's concerns for the human rights of minorities in Kosovo/Kosova.
Amnesty International is concerned that, almost four years after the end of the war, members of minority communities in Kosovo - Serbs, Roma, Ashkali, Egyptiani, Bosniaks and other minorities in Kosovo - continue to be denied access both to their basic human rights, and to any effective redress for violations and abuses of these rights. The report emphasises unless and until the rights of all minorities presently living in Kosovo can be guaranteed, those currently living elsewhere in Serbia and Montenegro as internally displaced persons (IDPs) or as refugees in other countries will be unable to exercise their right to return, and urges the international community to guarantee continued protection for minority refugees.
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