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Egyptian community seeks equal treatment in Kosovo (Koha)

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Representatives of the Egyptian community in Kosovo organized a peaceful protest today in front of the government building demanding equal treatment in the Kosovo society. Holding placards saying: “We want jobs, not social schemes”, “We want justice”, Egyptian community expressed discontent with the treatment its members receive in Kosovo. The protest was organized as part […]

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Veseli: New government in July, we will discuss coalitions with parties not individuals (EO)

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In an interview to Ekonomia Online, leader of the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK), Kadri Veseli, said the winning coalition has a constitutional right to form the new government and that a possible deadlock serves no one’s interests in Kosovo. “Once results are certified, very soon, in the first half of July, we expect to […]

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Serb man from Mitrovica indicted on war crimes charges (Telegrafi)

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Kosovo’s Special Prosecution has indicted today a Serb man from Mitrovica on suspicion of having been involved in crimes against civilian population in Vushtrri/Vucitrn. The accused is alleged to have been part of Serbian police reserve units operating in the region of Vushtrri/Vucitrn and for killing a 13-year-old Albanian boy in 1999. The accused is […]

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Everything ok in Kosovo? No, it is not (DW, B92)

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DW in Serbian language reported that Bundestag extended the mandate of the Bundeswehr in Kosovo for one more year, but representatives of all political parties condemned mentioning of “Greater Albania.” As article further said the concern was expressed over the possibility that Ramush Haradinaj could become new Kosovo Prime Minister. DW reported that every year […]

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Interpol still far for Pristina (Večernje Novosti)

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Večernje Novosti reports that at the beginning of this month the Interpol Executive Board gave a “green light” for the Pristina membership request to be on the agenda of its 86th General Assembly in September, sources of the Belgrade based daily Večernje Novosti said that this was not the final attitude. Because, ahead of the […]

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Serwer: Albin Kurti should not be Prime Minister (VOA)

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After the recent elections, Vetevendosje movement appears to be the party with the biggest number of seats at the parliament. Its candidate for Prime Minister, Albin Kurti, has started to call on the Democratic League of Kosovo to create the next government. However to the experienced analyst on the developments in Kosovo, perspective of an […]

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Three reasons for change – What is behind Erdogan’s “no” to “Greater Albania”? (Blic)

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Blic daily reported that the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan completely changed his stance on the Balkans, after saying the project of “Greater Albania” is not only bad but also dangerous. He made these remarks in an interview to the Albanian TV station only three days before holding parliamentary elections in Albania. “These are bad […]

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19 years since the kidnapping of miners in Kosovo (KIM radio)

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The Association of Families of Kidnapped and Killed in Kosovo and Metohija marked the 19th anniversary of the kidnapping of nine miners of the Belaćevac mine in Kosovo in the memorial room for the Kosovo victims of the Belgrade Palace, KIM radio reported. Director of the Government Office for Kosovo and Metohija Marko Đurić said […]

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“Professionally, Kosovo fulfills criteria for Interpol membership” (Klan Kosova)

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Kosovo has applied for Interpol membership, however, Donika Emini from Kosovo Center for Security Studies (KCSS) considers cooperation between the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and that of the Internal Affairs to be problematic. According to her, there is a need for better coordination of these two ministries, in order for Kosovo to succeed. “Kosovo has […]

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OSCE Broadcast 22 June

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• Kosovo Serb media not invited to roundtable on threats against journalists (RTK2)
• Hoti: We will not block forming of institutions (Most monitored broadcasters, KTV)
• PDK, AAK: Result of June 11 elections will not be reflected on local ones (KTV)
• Petrovic blames Belgrade for his poor election result (RTK1)
• Klokot/Kllokot deputy mayor doesn’t recognise his institutions (Klan Kosova)
• Mogherini and Hahn write to Hoxhaj: Kosovo’s future is in EU (Most monitored broadcasters, KTV)
• “Mothers’ Call” against Resource Centre for Missing Persons (KTV)
• Relations between Serbs and Albanians better, CRDP research finds (RTK2)

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UNMIK Headlines 23 June

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Daka believes certification of elections will conclude this month (Express)
Quint wants a government with stable majority (Zeri)
Main Kosovo parties refuse to give speaker’s post to Serbian List (Zeri)
Mogherini and Hahn write to Hoxhaj (Epoka)
Trump with first decision on Balkans: extends “black list” (Bota)
Northern municipalities still not integrated into Kosovo system (Koha Ditore)

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