Monday Feb 10
Kosovo's 'Noise Pollution' Bill Riles Religious Communities
Men walk along the street in front of an Orthodox Church and a mosque as smoke billows out of the towers of a coal-fired power plant in Obilic, near Pristina, on December 5. PRISTINA -- How loud is too loud? And are some sounds more acceptable than others? Those are some of the questions being discussed in Kosovo as a heated debate has unfolded ... (more)
International Business Times
We're Unprepared for Climate Change and Its Consequences - China
While the country worked to push towards progress and economic supremacy, it failed to consider the any potential and possible ill-effects, Smoke billows out of the towers of the coal-powered Kosovo Power Plant A in Obilic, near Pristina December 5, 2013.
Former French spy decorated in Serbia
Serbia has awarded a top state medal to a former French army officer convicted in his country of treason for alerting Serbs to possible NATO targets ahead of the 1999 bombing of the Balkan state.
Serbia returns Kamenica's 824 civil and religious registry books
Within the framework of the agreement from 2nd of July 2011 between Belgrade and Prishtina delegations, for the return of scanned and certified civil registry, so far such books were handed over to the municipality of Pristina, Obilic Kosovo Polje, Glogovac, Lipljan, Podujevo and Gnjilane.