In the Nothern part of Mitrovica there are Albanian villages (who by the way have been frequently attacked by civilians Serbs throughout the last 10 years). Regarding the Serbian population there, it is documented in the city archives that a massive number of those have migrated from different parts of Serbia after the '99 war, thus making a fallacious number of the "native population" in the Northern part of Ibër. Those who managed to buy flats from Albanians never really made it to change the name of the owner in the city archives in the southern part of Ibër, thus making those homes a juridical property of the given Albanian/s.
Serbs on this case have been rather violent in the latest maneuvers by attacking civilians and KFOR soldiers, which is documented through different videos, a few of those having been uploaded to youtube.
In reference to Bodin's say that at some point in history there has been a massive migration of Serbs from Kosovo, I would kindly ask for some documents (and I mean archive documents..) to prove of that.
On the other hand I do have some archival documents that prove the expulsion of Albanians from Kosovo in different periods in time, but for the time being I shall provide a well-known historical fact to most of us, that I fear needs to be reminded:
"The first systematic ethnic cleansing of Albanian-Muslims by the Serbs started in the year 1878. Namely, with the resolutions of the Berlin Congress in 1878, Serbia became independent and territorially stretched towards the south. Thus, in her frame then entered Nis, Pirot, Leskovac, Vranje and Prokuplje.(Vasa Cubrilovic, The Emigration of the Albanians: Roots of Greater-Serbian Aggression, pg.117). The entire Albanian-Islamized population that was expelled from these parts settled down on the territory known today as Kosovo."