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  1. Protesters in Pristina rally over Trepca, Serb ministerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | B92

    Protesters in Pristina have demanded the removal of Aleksandar Jablanovic from the Kosovo government, and a law that would turn Trepca into a public enterprise. Shouting "Jablanovic out! Trepca is ours," demonstrators gathered in front of the National Library in Pristina, where they started a protest walk down to the Kosovo government building, where the organizers of the protest addressed the gathering.

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  2. Radicals submit petition for removal of presidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | B92

    The Serb Radical Party submitted a petition to the Serbian assembly on Friday calling for the removal of President Tomislav Nikolic from office. The party is not represented in the current parliament.

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  3. Greater Albania picture removed from govt. websiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | B92

    An image showing the Albanian prime minister's residence with a display of the map of Greater Albania has been removed from the government's website. The map reflects Albanian expansionism and includes parts of the territories of four of Albania's neighboring countries, including Serbia.

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  4. First prosecution witness heard in Ivanovic trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | B92

    The cross-examination of the first prosecution witness in a case against Oliver Ivanovic and four other Serbs was completed at the on Thursday. During the evidence hearing, which was begun yesterday, the witness, Isa Mustafa, a Kosovo Albanian, said that Ivanovic had been the head of a Serb paramilitary police unit who had encouraged his subordinates to kill four Albanians in Kosovska Mitrovica on April 14, 1999.

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  5. Greek leftist leader announces 'end to humiliation'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | B92

    He spoke three days ahead of the parliamentary election, addressing thousands of supporters who gathered in Athens, and as opinion polls on Thursday showed the party was "pulling ahead", Reuters reported. "On Monday, national humiliation will be over.

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  6. Ombudsman releases police documentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | B92

    Ombudsman Sasa Jankovic has released some of the documents of the Interior Ministry about the incident during the Pride Parade in Belgrade. Based on these he pressed criminal charges against two members of the Military Police.

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  7. Prosecution once again asks for revoking Seselj's releaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | B92

    Chief Hague Prosecutor Serge Brammertz urged the Appeals Chamber to revoke the measure of provisional release for the accused Vojislav Seselj. On Tuesday, Brammertz filed an appeal calling on the Chamber to schedule a hearing to discuss the conditions of a new provisional release for Seselj, and order him to come to that hearing.

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  8. Bosnia: Minister resigns over arms sales to UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | B92

    Bosnia's minister of external trade and economic relations Boris Tucic has resigned "over the sale of arms from Bosnia-Herzegovina to Ukraine." This was announced on Thursday in Banja Luka by the president of Bosnia's Serb entity, the RS, Milorad Dodik.

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  9. Release of Glavas 'insult to Serb victims'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | B92

    The president of the Coalition of Refugee Associations in Serbia believes this is true not only of those who perished Croatia's town of Osijek, but throughout that country as well. "We expect the Supreme Court of Cassation of Croatia to reconsider the arguments against Glavas within a reasonable period of time in connection to the murder of Serb civilians in Osijek and pronounce a maximum sentence envisaged in the law which totals 20 years," Linta said, adding that "anything else would constitute a mockery of justice and would be another proof that Croatia is protecting war criminals."

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  10. 'Trepca should not be condition for dialogue'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | B92

    ... at the EP. Croatian MEPs raised the issue of statements made by the leader of the non-parliamentary Serbian Radical Party (SRS), Vojislav Seselj, demanding once again that the Serbian government should state their opinion on his recent statements. ...

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  11. 'Serbia made progress,' says EP rapporteurRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | B92

    EP rapporteur David McAllister says the report on Serbia, that will be presented today, "is balanced and reflects the state of affairs truthfully." The German politician told B92 that his personal view was that Serbia has made "great progress" towards European integration and that it should become a member when it meets all the requirements.

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  12. Tabloid attributes pornographic material to Croat presidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 13 | B92

    The Serbian Ministry of Culture and Information has condemned a tabloid for publishing pornographic images, and claiming they showed Croatia's new president. The tabloid on Saturday published the pornographic content on its front page, asserting the images showed Croatia's president-elect, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic.

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  13. Smuggler attempts to leave country with 100 artifactsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 13 | B92

    Serbian customs and police officers have discovered about 100 archaeological objects in a van searched at the Horgos border crossing in the north. The value of the artifacts seized on Sunday will be known after experts analyze them, while the suspect, a pastry shop owner from the town of Pozarevac in eastern Serbia, "could face criminal charges," a statement said on Monday.

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  14. New Croatian president writes to UN chief about SeseljRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 13 | B92

    Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic has sent a letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon asking for "steps to be taken to return Vojislav Seselj to custody." The leader of the Serb Radical Party was granted provisional release on humanitarian grounds late last year after spending more than 11 years incarcerated at the Hague Tribunal.

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  15. Turkish suspect denies stabbing Serb fanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 12 | B92

    He previously told investigators that he was "swinging a knife in self-defense" and "accidentally stabbed someone." When asked why he made that statement, Aktas on Friday said he did so "to show off in front of his friends."

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  16. Croatia wants Serbia to process war crimesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | SETimes news

    Croatian officials said Zagreb will block Serbia's European integration unless Belgrade processes the war crimes committed on Croatian territory during the 1990s. Zagreb wants Serbia to prosecute individuals indicted for war crimes in Croatia in the 1990s, an issue that could turn into a key point for Belgrade's further European integration.

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  17. Donetsk Explodes Again, Polish Government Takes on MinersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Transitions Online

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko declared a day of mourning today for 13 bus passengers killed two days ago near the eastern town of Volnovakha. The government says the bus was hit by a shell fired by local rebel forces, the AP reports .

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  18. Bus carrying Serbs attacked with stones in KosovoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 9 | B92

    A bus carrying citizens headed for Gracanica to welcome Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic was attacked with stones by a group of Albanians on Wednesday. There have been no injuries, but the vehicle has been damaged, head of the temporary organ of Zvecan Dragan Nedeljkovic told TV Most.

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  19. U.N. judges refuse to order return of Serb war crimes defendantRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 13 | The Star Online

    Judges at the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal on Tuesday denied a request to revoke the provisional release of a hardline Serb nationalist who was let out of prison on humanitarian grounds and has since re-entered politics at home. Vojislav Seselj, 60, who has cancer, was released in November after almost 12 years in detention.

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  20. Hague: Request to order Seselj back to jail rejectedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | B92

    The trial chamber of the Hague Tribunal has rejected a motion filed by the prosecution to order Vojislav Seselj to return to the detention unit. The chamber also decided that it was not competent to rule on Seselj's request to punish Chief Prosecutor Serge Brammertz for his "impermissible behavior."

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