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Ranko Perenić’s family is in shock; waiting for a response to an appeal for the investigation to stop (KIM radio, UNS)

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Ranko Perenić’s family is in shock; waiting for a response to an appeal for the investigation to stop (KIM radio, UNS)

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The wife of the kidnapped journalist Ranko Perinic, Snezana Perenic, did not get an answer, even three months after she appealed the decision of EULEX to close the investigation into the kidnapping of her husband, Ranko, reports KIM radio. EULEX closed the investigation on October 23, 2013, but only informed the family in December last […]

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Balkan Women Plan Protest Marches Across Region (Balkan Insight)

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Balkan Women Plan Protest Marches Across Region (Balkan Insight)

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Women’s rights organisations from the Balkans are marking International Women’s Day, on March 8, with a series of rallies designed to raise awareness of discrimination, violence and unfair treatment. Women’s rights activists all over the Balkans will be leading other rights organisations and leftist groups at a series of rallies on Thursday, marking International Women’s […]

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Dacic: Pristina came out of the dialogue; we have the answer (Vecernje Novosti)

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Dacic: Pristina came out of the dialogue; we have the answer (Vecernje Novosti)

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The decision of ”the so-called Kosovo” not to implement the agreement, on forming the ZSO, is in fact Pristina’s decision to leave Brussels Dialogue, said Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic, reports today Belgrade based daily Vecernje Novosti. On Wednesday the government in Pristina dismissed the agreement on the start of the drafting of the Statute […]

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Kosovo-Serbia row makes Europe clocks go slow (BBC)

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Kosovo-Serbia row makes Europe clocks go slow (BBC)

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Are you running late for work and blaming your electric alarm clock? The real reason may lie in a dispute between Kosovo and Serbia, which has affected Europe’s power grid. Entsoe, the body representing electricity transmission operators across 25 European countries, said bedside clocks had slowed down by up to six minutes since mid-January. Central […]

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Dacic: Dialogue with Pristina might return at point zero (Sputnik, RTK)

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Dacic: Dialogue with Pristina might return at point zero (Sputnik, RTK)

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Serbia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Ivica Dacic, told Russian news agency Sputnik that decision of the government of Kosovo not to implement the agreement for establishment of the Association of Serb-majority Municipalities, is a decision of leaving the Brussels dialogue. According to him, Pristina government rejected on Wednesday agreement to start drafting the statute for […]

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Former German Minister to mediate Kosovo-Serbia energy contest (RTK)

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Former German Minister to mediate Kosovo-Serbia energy contest (RTK)

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Former German Environment Minister Klaus Tepfer from Chancellor Merkel’s party, is nominated to resolve the energy problem between Kosovo and Serbia, a dispute which has caused delay to the electric clocks in the European Union. Tepfer confirmed the news for Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and informed that he will be traveling to Serbia and Kosovo next […]

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