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Germany 'demands institutional discontinuity'
Germany insists on the shutdown of the existing institutions in northern Kosovo so that new ones could be set up, MP Milovan Drecun has said.
Mon May 20, 2013
Vucic urges Kosovo Serbs to accept 'the future'
Serbia Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic met with Kosovo Serbs in the hopes that they will accept the Belgrade-Pristina agreement.
Fri May 17, 2013
"If Pristina obstructs talks, we will turn to UN"
If the talks on Kosovo fail because of Pristina's obstructions, other exit strategies should be considered, even returning the talks under the UN auspices.
U.S. Congressman Says Deal Allows Serbia, Kosovo To 'Look Forward To Future'
Belgrade and Pristina's landmark agreement to normalize their relations is facing difficult hurdles on the ground in the Serb-majority municipalities of northern Kosovo.
UN Goodwill Ambassador Jes's V?zquez visits Syrian refugees in Jordan
PRISTINA, Kosovo, May 14 - When Arsen Hamiti brought his family home from their war-time refuge in Germany, he discovered that his four daughters born in exile faced a formidable obstacle to a normal life: they lacked that simple but fundamental document, the birth certificate.
Thu May 16, 2013
Inter Press Service
At Political Rally, Serbian Church Crosses Sensitive Line
The Serbian Orthodox Church is highly influential in Serbia. Above, the Cathedral of Saint Sava in Belgrade.
Wed May 15, 2013
"PMs must help if implementation grinds to halt"
Vincent Degert says Serbia and Kosovo's PMs Ivica Daeiae and Hashim Thaci will have to step in if the implementation of the agreement grinds to a halt.
Sofia News Agency
Kosovo's PM Thaci Arrives in Bulgaria after Deal with Serbia
Kosovo's Prime Minister Hashim Thaci arrives in Bulgaria on Wednesday to pay a one-day working visit.
Tue May 14, 2013
Trend Hunter Magazine
Wavy Wood Coffeeshops - The Don Cafe House by Innarch is Inspired by...
The stunning design of the Don Cafe House might be appropriately inspired by a sack of coffee beans, but the first thing that will come to some people's minds is The Great Wave off Kanagawa painting.
Feeling betrayed in north Kosovo
He is watching police dogs snuffling about the drab municipal building on the Serbian, northern side of the divided town of Mitrovica, preparing for the visit of Aleksandar Vucic.
Sun May 12, 2013
Belgrade urges Serbs in Kosovo to accept...
Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic urged Serbs living in northern Kosovo to accept an EU-brokered agreement to normalise relations between Serbia and its breakaway former province, while admitting the accord was not ideal.
Sat May 11, 2013
Authorities strive to resolve housing issue
Faced with a huge number of people who need help in resolving their housing situation, Serbia and Kosovo authorities are launching initiatives to provide apartments to their vulnerable populations.
Fri May 10, 2013
Ultra-Nationalists Protest Deal With Kosovo
More than 3,000 people protested in Belgrade on May 10 against an EU-brokered deal to normalize ties between Belgrade and Kosovo, seen by ultra-nationalists as Serbia's tacit recognition of its former province's independence.
Kosovo Youth Exchange Program Changes Lives in Kosovo, America
"Opening myself up to a new family and a new culture was the best decision of my life," says Dorotea, one of the class of 2012-13 Kosovo Youth Exchange Program .
Thu May 09, 2013
Accused crime boss arrest is a 'kick' to regional drug trade
The arrest of suspected narcotics boss Naser Kelmendi is a major step in combatting the drug trade in the region, analysts said.
The Charlotte Observer
Kosovo: 1 month detention for suspected drug boss
PRISTINA, Kosovo The European Union law mission in Kosovo says it has ordered a suspected Balkan drug boss to be detained for one month while it gathers evidence in a suspected organized crime case.
Tue May 07, 2013
Asia News Network
Putting women first
An Amercian author shares the life of a Pakistani advocate and the precarious reproductive health of ordinary women across the globe It is unlikely that Zadia Birru of Addis Ababa in Ethiopia could have met Dr Nafis Sadik, the subject of this biography, or even heard of her.
Prosecutors Renew Hunt for Kosovo Organ Traffickers
As the EU rule of law mission in Kosovo stages a new organ-trafficking investigation, prosecutor Jonathan Ratel discusses the recent Medicus clinic convictions and the suspects who remain at large.
Georgian Patriarch Demands Abortion Ban, Russian Press Mogul Goes on Trial
Plus, Kosovo arrests a suspected drug kingpin and the architect of St. Petersburg's new Mariinsky defends his conservative design.
Kosovo and Serbia Mull EU Deal Action Plan
Pristina and Belgrade delegations held their second meeting in Brussels on Tuesday to discuss implementing the EU-led agreement on normalizing relations.