• CONFLICT ~ Tension builds in Kosovo ahead of Serbian vote

    Tensions are flaring up again as minority Serbs who live in the northern part of majority ethnic-Albanian Kosovo intend to take part in Serbia’s general elections set for May 6 despite strong opposition from Pristina. Mitrovica, KOSOVO – by Author: Auron Dod & Editor: Sean Sinico Sunday, April 29,...
  • Two Kosovo Albanian policemen held in Serbia released

    Serbian authorities today released two ethnic Albanian policemen from Kosovo who had been arrested on suspicion of entering Serbia’s territory, local media reported. “They were questioned and released but the case is still under investigation,” investigative judge Ivan Rakic told the Beta news agency. A spokesman for the Kosovo police...
  • Kosovo and Serbia the political 'FIGHT'

    A day before the arrest of Kosovo Border Police members occurred, the European Union rule of law mission “EULEX” released 5 workers of the Serbian MIA (Ministry of Interior Affairs), arrested during the previous days by the Kosovo Police. Pristina, KOSOVO – by Vedat Xhymshiti Later Serbian gendarmerie units...
  • Serbian gendarmerie arrests Kosovo Border Police

    The Serbian members of the Gendarmerie, this morning at 10:30/am arrested two members of the KPS (Kosovo Police Service) in the area of Merdare, said Interior Minister Ivica Dacic, in a press conference in Belgrade. They were arrested with two automatic rifles, two pistols and special equipment to measure...
  • Tadic excludes Serb-controlled parts of Kosovo from elections

    But Serbian government will proceed with plans to let Serbs in north Kosovo vote for their local assemblies. Belgrade, SERBIA – by Toby Vogel | Thursday, March 15, 2012 | European Voice | Boris Tadic, the president of Serbia, has given in to pressure from Germany, the United Kingdom and the United...
  • Serbian president calls parliamentary elections for May, to face strong challenge

    Serbia’s president on Tuesday called parliamentary elections for May 6, when his ruling democrats will face a strong challenge from nationalists even as Serbia became a candidate for European Union membership. Tuesday, March 13, 2012 Belgrade, SERBIA – The IndependenTNewsweeK Boris Tadic signed a decree setting the key vote...
  • Serbia and Kosovo strike name deal

    Compromise paves way for Serbia to become EU membership candidate and for Kosovo to get pre-accession agreement. Serbia and Kosovo have agreed how Kosovo can present itself in diplomatic meetings of the western Balkan states, paving the way for the European Union to grant Serbia the status of a candidate for membership next...
  • Serbia Denies Entry to Kosovo Minister; Dacic explains

    Serbian interior Minister Ivica Dacic says that “any individual can travel from Kosovo to central Serbia as a citizen granted they provide the necessary documents”. Belgrade, SERBIA – by Vedat Xhymshiti | Thursday, January 12, 2012 | The IndependenT NewsweeK | Kosovo’s Minister of Diaspora has been denied entry...
  • Arrest warrant for Çeku still in effect

    Based on Serbia’s news agency, Tanjug, dailies report that Serbia’s Minister of Justice, Snezana Malovic, has refuted allegations that the arrest warrant for the current Minister of the Kosovo Security Force, Agim Çeku, has been suspended. Belgrade, SERBIA – Wednesday, January 11, 2012 | by Vedat Xhymshiti “It is...

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