• Nga Shkretëtirat e Lindjes së Mesme, në Thatësirat e Ballkanit

    Pika më e afërt kufitare e Preshevës me Maqedoninë, ka pranuar numrin më të madh të refugjatëve në rajon, të cilët kryesisht vijnë nga lufta në Siri, konfirmuan autoritetet lokale të shtetit serb në Preshevë. Presheva në Serbi dhe Gjevgjelia në Maqedoni, janë dy pikat kryesore nëpër të cilat...
  • Mass Migration: What Is Driving the Balkan Exodus?

    More than a third of all asylum-seekers arriving in Germany come from Albania, Kosovo and Serbia. Young, poor and disillusioned with their home countries, they are searching for a better future. But almost none of them will be allowed to stay....
  • Serbia elects its new parliament

    Polling stations have opened for general elections in Serbia on Sunday morning, in a race where incumbent Prime Minister Ivica Dacic risks losing the post to his deputy Aleksandar Vucic. Polling stations opened 07:00/am local time and will remain open until 20:00. 3,020 candidates from nineteen political parties will compete to enter the...
  • Protests at Kosovo-Serbia ties

    Kosovo police used pepper spray and batons to disperse a crowd of several hundred hardliner opposition supporters who tried to stop lawmakers from holding a vote in support of a deal with Serbia. However, supporters of ‘Vetendosje’ political party in Pristina who opposed Kosovo’s negotiation with Serbia including Ahtisaari’s plan...
  • Serbia and Kosovo and a sign of mutual interest

    The agreement between Serbia and Kosovo, reached on Friday, is not a stirring declaration of peace, but it is rooted in one point of mutual interest in the second-last paragraph: “It is agreed that neither side will block, or encourage others to block, the other side’s progress in their...
  • Defiant Serbia rejects Kosovo deal

    Serbia has rejected a European Union-brokered deal for reconciliation with its former province of Kosovo – a defiant move that could jeopardise the Balkan country’s EU membership aspirations and fuel tensions in the region. The EU had given Serbia until Tuesday to say whether it would relinquish its effective control...
  • Lapidaromania e Kapitalistëve Politikë të Prishtinës dhe Beogradit

    Lapidaromania në Preshevë i bëri shqiptarët të harrojnë se po legjitimohen “Serbitë” e vogla në Kosovë. Në prag të zgjedhjeve të majit të vitit 2012 në jugun e Serbisë ose Kosovën lindore, shqiptarët u përballën me një aksion të Ministrisë së Punëve të Brendshme, e njohur si MUP-i serb,...
  • Serbia Removes Ethnic Albanian Memorial

    Serbian police have removed a controversial memorial to ethnic Albanian rebels who fought against Serbia in the Kosovo war. Two hundred elite police officers supervised the removal of the marble monument from a central square in Presevo, an area with a significant Albanian community. Local officials had refused an...
  • Still between the frontlines: Presevo Valley

    Serbia held joint parliamentary, presidential and local elections on Sunday, May 6, 2012 sending ultranationalist Tomislav Nikolić and incumbent President Boris Tadić to a presidential election run-off on 20 May.  The Progressive Party of Nikolić and the coalition led by Tadić’s Democratic Party are also neck-to-neck in the parliamentary...

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