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EurActiv Alert - War-torn Kosovar village faces new threat as World Bank considers coal power plant

EurActiv Alert - War-torn Kosovar village faces new threat as World Bank considers coal power plant
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19-Jun-2015
 

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International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)EurActiv and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) have joined forces to shed light on the Wold Bank’s failure to live up to its own policies for protecting people harmed by the projects it finances.

The ICIJ’s reporting through its global network of investigative journalists and media partners has been credited with driving important social issues to the top of political and policy agendas around the world. Last year they broke the #SwissLeaks and #LuxLeaks stories. “We are really pleased to link up with top-notch investigative journalists around the world to bring even more added-value content to our readers,” said Daniela Vincenti, EurActiv’s editor-in-chief.
 
 

War-torn Kosovar village faces new threat as World Bank considers coal power plant

Kosovo A, a coal-fired power plant, provides much of the country’s electricity.INVESTIGATIVE | HADE, Kosovo – In 1999, Serbian commandos wearing hoods over their heads and greasepaint on their faces entered this mountain village and executed five Muslim men ages 25 to 80. The soldiers forced the surviving inhabitants onto buses headed for Albania and Macedonia. Then they set nearly every home in Hade ablaze.
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Over the last decade, initiatives supported by the World Bank have physically or economically displaced an estimated 3.4 million people, forcing them from their homes, taking their land and damaging their livelihoods. 

The above story focuses on Kosovo and is part of ICIJ's continuing series of stories about the World Bank.

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