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In Kosovo's capital, 'breathing harms health'

Every winter morning workers wrap scarves around their faces and emerge from the pea soup fog that engulfs their town of Obiliq, stuck between two coal-fired power stations on the outskirts of Kosovo's capital. If nothing is done, "this place will become a new Chernobyl?. We will have to leave", said Agim Ibrahimi, 46, a manual worker who lives in the town. "Three members of my family have died of cancer.
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