The rebuilt bridge of Mostar. After the wars in the Balkans the citizens of Bosnia and Kosovo are finding their own way. There are still allied troops guarding the peace in both countries and the young democracy in the region is overshadowed by grim economical prospects.
People prepare with national flags for the 100th anniversary of Albania in the main street of Pristina, Kosovo.
Military exercise near Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Mourner in a cementery for the victims of the massacre of Srebrenica in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The market of Pristina, Kosovo
The bar in the Avaz tower above Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
The shopping street of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
The KFOR military Base in Pristina, Kosovo
Bill Clinton's statue in Pristina, Kosovo
The Avaz tower in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Tourists in Pocitelj, Bosnia and Herzegovina
KFOR military base in Pristina, Kosovo
Constructions in Pristina, Kosovo
Unfinished Serbian Orthodox Christian church in Pristina, Kosovo
Military excercise near Mostar, Bosnia
Cemetery in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina