Children attend school in Kosovo's village of Orllan in ...
Feb 23rd, 2012
(Reuters) - Children attend school in Kosovo's village of Orllan in winter February 23, 2012. Students at Orllan are resuming their first few days of school after two weeks of disruption due to bad weather. They have to cross the frozen artificial lake of Batllava, which supplies water to the capital Pristina, to reach their school on the other side. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO - Tags: ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION) -
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