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Headlines 1 March

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• Thaci “warns” the EU (Kosova Sot)
• Veliu: Demarcation is not related to elections (Epoka e Re)
• KSF and missing persons, main failures in implementation of SAA (Koha)
• Delawie observes construction works at Mitrovica Bridge (Epoka e Re)
• Ivanovic appeals for temporary establishment of Association (RTK)
• Vetevendosje activists plead not guilty to terrorism charges (Koha, Zeri)
• 671 police officers under investigation (Epoka e Re)
• Police release Serb man wrongfully arrested for war crimes (Klan Kosova)

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Headlines 23 February

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• Quint countries support ratification of demarcation (Zeri)
• Kosovo-Montenegro border residents warn of tensions (Koha Ditore)
• Selimi: Border demarcation could return teargas in Assembly (Zeri)
• Veseli on meeting Trump: We sent message to Serbia (Lajmi)
• Auditor identifies abuses in the north’s development fund (Koha Ditore)
• Kosovo, UNESCO and Serb heritage to be discussed today in Pristina (RTK)
• Two Serbs accused of assaulting an Albanian youth in Mitrovica (dailies)
• Lumezi requests prosecutors to enlighten murders of public figures (Epoka)

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Mustafa: Implementation of Mitrovica bridge revitalisation project on track (RTK)

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Prime Minister of Kosovo, Isa Mustafa, said the project for revitalization of Mitrovica bridge is being fully implemented and that the agreement for the removal of Mitrovica North wall was “the best possible solution.”

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UNMIK Headlines 8 February

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19 new judges appointed to Specialist Chambers (dailies)
Thaci, Veseli, Mustafa coordinate to fulfill international obligations (Epoka)
Serb media: Association could be established on Kosovo Independence Day
Apostolova, Bahtiri: Problems to be resolved through dialogue (Bota Sot)
NATO refutes reports in Serbian paper (Koha Ditore)
Thaci and Mustafa appoint new intelligence chief (media)
Spain will not change its position on Kosovo (Zeri)

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UNMIK Headlines 7 February

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Mogherini: Encouraging developments in Mitrovica (Zeri)
U.S. Embassy hails agreement on Mitrovica wall (dailies)
Koha Ditore: Northerners to build remote controlled wall
Shala: There will be no wall in Mitrovica North (RTK)
Fire engulfs DSS offices in Mitrovica north (Kosovapress)
Kosovo has not issued any arrest warrants for war crime suspects (Indeksonline)
Kosovo Assembly to discuss armed forces (Zeri)

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O’Connell considers Kosovo and Serbia should continue dialogue (media)

By   /  27/01/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The Ambassador of the United Kingdom to Kosovo, Ruairi O’Connell, considers that Kosovo and Serbia should continue with the dialogue mediated by the European Union. In an interview for Radio Kosova, O’Connell said that he does not believe the recently increased tensions between Kosovo and Serbia could lead to a new conflict.  “I am very […]

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Headlines 27 January

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Hodzić: The illegal wall is not part of the EU project (Epoka e Re)
KFOR dismisses media reports of Serbian army presence in Kosovo (Koha)
Krasniqi: Dialogue deteriorated Kosovo-Serbian relations (Epoka)
Special court has no order for Haradinaj’s detention (Koha Ditore)
Minxhozi: Albania would interfere if Kosovo gets into a conflict (media)
Kurti: Albania should not leave Kosovo alone (Telegrafi)
Serbian parliament MP assaulted in Mitrovica (Klan Kosova)

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Headlines 21 January

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Mustafa and Vucic to meet in Brussels next week (Telegrafi)
Tahiri: Tensions in the north delaying implementation of agreements (RFE)
All-out protest in support of Haradinaj today (media)
Kosovo women to join Women’s March on Washington (Koha)
OSCE calls on media to uphold professional standards (RTK)

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New date for Mitrovica bridge inauguration being considered (Kosovapress)

By   /  20/01/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The inauguration of the main Mitrovica bridge set to take place today has been postponed and a new date will be announced after an agreement between Pristina and Belgrade, said Maja Kocijancic, European Union’s foreign affairs spokesperson. “We are continuing discussions with the two sides to find an acceptable solution on all issues relating to […]

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Headlines 20 January

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EU on a mission to save Kosovo-Serbia dialogue (Koha Ditore)
Merkel requests meeting between Kosovo and Serbia (Gazeta Metro)
Dikovic: KFOR guarantees security in Kosovo (Koha)
Vucic rejects parallels between Kosovo and Crimea (Klan Kosova)
Apostolova: Corruption remains a serious concern (Epoka e Re)
Opening of the Iber River bridge planned for tomorrow, postopned (Lajmi)
Kurti tells why teargas is not being used at the Assembly (Gazeta Metro)
Seven convicted for terrorist activity (Zëri)

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Snowballs and ice-balls at the minibus transporting Serbs (KIM radio)

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A group of a dozen young men in the Albanian part of the village of Suvi Do/Suhodoll, near Mitrovica, threw snowballs and ice-balls at the minibus that was transporting Serbs, says the driver. The driver told Tanjug that the attack occurred yesterday about 12:30 and that this was not the first attack on the minibus […]

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Assembly decides to discuss Mitrovica wall on Friday (media)

By   /  22/12/2016  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Several news websites report that the Kosovo Assembly has decided to discuss on Friday the recently-built wall in Mitrovica North. Pal Lekaj, head of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (AAK) parliamentary group, initially suggested that the wall should be discussed today but later agreed for discussions to be held on Friday. Assembly President, […]

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