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Robbery attempt at Saint Djordje’s Church in Stanisor village (RTV Puls, Radio kontakt plus)

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Unknown perpetrators tried to break into the Serbian Orthodox Church of Saint Djordje on Saturday evening, in the village of Stanisor, near Gnjilane, RTV Puls reports. “This morning, when a priest came to the church, he found damaged door, and a lock was broken. However, unknown perpetrators did not manage to break into the Church,” […]

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New cattle theft in Novo Brdo (Radio kontakt plus, RTS)

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A new case of cattle theft was reported in Novo Brdo over the weekend, Radio kontakt plus reports. A cow and a calf belonging to the Serb family were stolen on Sunday morning. The police opened an investigation.

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Vucic on security of Serbs in Kosovo, 17 March 2004 pogrom anniversary (Serbian Government, Tanjug, B92)

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Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Sunday that if NATO is not able to protect the Serb people in the southern province, the Republic of Serbia will do so. Vucic was speaking on the occasion of the 15th  anniversary of the March 2004 pogrom against Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija, the Serbian Government website said. […]

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Serbia supports peaceful resolution of Venezuela crisis (Serbian Government, Tanjug, B92)

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic met on Saturday with Venezuelan Minister of Foreign Affairs Jorge Arreaza. FM Arreaza is on a bilateral visit to Serbia, where he was also received by a number of cabinet ministers, including Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin. Dacic expressed his satisfaction with the visit and […]

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Dacic: Some countries are telling Haradinaj – don’t do it yet (Tanjug, B92)

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Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says that “not everyone in the international community wants the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina to continue.” And not everybody wants to find a solution for Kosovo and Metohija, he remarked on Friday in Belgrade. Dacic also pointed out that some countries are playing “a double game.” The minister responded […]

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Special Prosecutor in Ivanovic’ case: Proceedings against four, still insufficient evidence to issue any indictments (KoSSev)

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“Those are political statements, I do not have such information,“ Kosovo Special Prosecutor in the investigation of Oliver Ivanovic’s murder, Sylë Hoxha told KoSSev portal, following a series of mutual accusations between Belgrade and Pristina on who are the perpetrators and instigators of the murder of  Kosovo Serb leader. Hoxha also urged them to report […]

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SDP: Investigation goes nowhere, someone wants murder to be covered up and forgotten (KoSSev)

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Last Saturday marked fourteen months since leader of Civic Initiative Freedom, Democracy, Justice (SDP) Oliver Ivanovic was killed in front of his party premises. Despite the fact that both Belgrade and Pristina are running investigations instigators and perpetrators of the murder remain unknown. The GI SDP party stated that “the investigation is going nowhere“ and […]

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Former Perth High pupil given life ban from Kosovo (The Courier)

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A former Perth High School pupil has been branded an enemy of Kosovo and banned for life from the country. It comes after freelance journalist/blogger Graham Phillips filed a series of reports from the Balkans which saw him on the end of multiple death threats. Mr Phillips, who studied at Dundee University, was told by […]

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Russian Ambassador: No overnight solution for Kosovo issue (SRNA, TV N1)

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Kosovo issue is rather complex, and it is impossible to find a solution to it overnight, Russian Ambassador to Serbia, Alexander Chepurin said on Saturday. He added the platform Pristina has recently adopted was completely unrealistic and that, at the current moment, the only solution according to the international law was the UN Security Council […]

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Kosovo’s Erratic Foreign Policy is Alienating its Allies (Balkan Insight)

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Kosovo’s incoherent and badly thought-out foreign policy initiatives are testing the patience of its most important partners, experts warn. A flurry of senior diplomatic visits in recent days has put new pressure on Kosovo to restore EU-sponsored talks with Serbia and cancel the retaliatory tariffs it has imposed on imports from Serbia and Bosnia. The […]

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OSCE Broadcast 17 March

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• Mustafa: Kosovo, not Serbia and Bosnia- Herzegovina is paying 100 percent tariff (KTV)
• Hoti: Potential agreement with Serbia doesn’t need referendum (KTV)
• Kosovo-Serbia agreement might abrogate Resolution 1244 (KTV)
• Elections in EP might shake Kosovo’s position with regard to visa liberalisation (KTV)
• Simic: Kosovo Serbs stand ready to protect state institutions (RTK)
• It remains unclear who pays electricity bills for north citizens (KTV)
• Ombudsperson asked to send Law on Salaries to Constitutional Court (KTV)

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UNMIK Headlines 18 March

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• Haradinaj: Albanians have no land to give away (dailies)
• Veseli: No visa liberalisation for Kosovars, more than shameful for EU (media)
• Analysts: Kosovo-Serbia agreement could invalidate Resolution 1244 (RFE)
• Hoti: No need for referendum on Kosovo-Serbia agreement (media)
• Mustafa: Government should resign (Kosova Sot)
• VV: Blocking of CEC prevents activity of opposition parties (dailies)
• Vucic accuses Haradinaj for violent protests in Serbia (media)
• Matoshi has a message for Kosovo Serbs (RTK)
• Unclear who is paying for north’s electricity bills (Koha Ditore)
• Tahiri at UN seeking justice for survivors of sexual violence in Kosovo (Epoka)

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