Kosovska Mitrovica, Serbia Newswire

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  1. No mass grave found at former mosque siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | B92

    No mass grave was found on Thursday in a location near Kosovska Mitrovica's main bridge on the Ibar River, Tanjug has reported. Excavation had begun earlier on Thursday on suspicion that a mass grave is located there. 3 comments

  2. Verdict against Oliver Ivanovic thrown out, retrial orderedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | B92

    The Appeals Court in Pristina has decided to annul the guilty verdict passed against Oliver Ivanovic and order a trial, B92's correspondent reported Thursday. The Serb politician from northern Kosovo, who heads the SDP Civil Initiative, was charged with war crimes, found guilty on one count, and sentenced to nine years in prison. 1 comment

  3. Investigators looking for mass grave at former mosque siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | B92

    Excavation has begun at a former mosque site in Kosovska Mitrovica, on suspicion that a mass grave is located there. The area that is being searched is cordoned off with the yellow police tape. 1 comment

  4. Reports: Pristina issues arrest warrants for 57 SerbsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 6 | B92

    The Special Prosecution of Kosovo has confirmed in a statement to Pristina's Albanian language media the existence of warrants to arrest 57 persons. Belgrade-based Vecernje Novosti daily is reporting on Monday that it is suspected these persons are Serbs accused of allegedly committing war crimes. 1 comment

  5. Kosovo: Fire damages Russian-Serbian Friendship premisesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 6 | B92

    Nobody was injured in a fire that broke out at the premises of the Russian-Serbian Friendship organization in northern Kosovska Mitrovica. The premises were used by the People's Movement Otadzbina , and Slavisa Ristic, a member of the Serbian National Assembly. 2 comments

  6. 'Structure' is being built in K. Mitrovica to replace 'wall'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 6 | B92

    Construction works to build a new concrete retaining structure began on Tuesday in Kralja Petra Street in northern Kosovska Mitrovica. This new "structure" is 70 centimeters tall, 120 centimeters wide, and replaces a retaining wall that was torn down in the town's main street on Sunday, Tanjug is reporting. 1 comment

  7. Mitrovica Wall Comes Down, Recriminations RemainRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 6 | Transitions Online

    Next step in rebuilding trust between Albanian and Serb communities could be the reopening of the city's infamous bridge. The Kosovan prime minister, the U.S. ambassador, and the European Union's special representative all met yesterday in northern Kosovo to witness a demolition job. 7 comments

  8. 'Land swap' US congressman is close to Albanian lobby - PMRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 3 | B92

    Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said the same agreement concerning a wall Kosovska Mitrovica as the one implemented over the weekend, was reached on December 8. "I don't know what somebody's intentions were in the days that followed, and I still wonder what that was about. To those who think they're smart and who are saying that the Serbs gave in, I recommend to demonstrate their heroism with real deeds," Vucic said on Monday.


  9. PM challenges EU to 'say whether he's telling truth'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 3 | B92

    Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic has called on the EU "to say whether he's telling the truth about the negotiations in Brussels." According to Vucic, who spoke in Belgrade on Friday, ramping up the tension around Kosovo is what suits Serbia the least. 1 comment

  10. NATO chief: Belgrade and Pristina must ease tensionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 2 | B92

    Stoltenberg said that NATO would continue to contribute to stability and security in Kosovo and that no changes would be made regarding the presence of the peacekeeping force before the situation on the ground has been "analyzed." Stoltenberg will today visit KFOR troops in Kosovo, and meet with their commander, as well as with key representatives of the international community in Kosovo, NATO said on its website. 1 comment

  11. 'Pristina uses dirty propaganda, but Serbs must remain calm'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 1 | B92

    In the dialogue with Pristina, Belgrade was brought to a situation to say "no" to one thing, in order to be blamed for everything, PM Aleksandar Vucic has said. "Pristina is engaged in the dirties propaganda. 1 comment

  12. Kosovo dialogue round ends, participants make no statementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 1 | B92

    Representatives of Belgrade and Pristina met for the second time in a week after tensions increased over a train that was to travel from Belgrade to Kosovska Mitrovica, and after incendiary statements. On Wednesday, representatives of Pristina first met with EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini in a separate meeting that lasted about half an hour, followed by her meeting with representatives of Belgrade that started at 20:30 CET.


  13. Tensions flare at Serbia-Kosovo meetingRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 26 | EurActiv.com

    Serbian and Kosovar leaders agreed to continue talking at a 24 January meeting in Brussels hosted by EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, who said that the normalisation of relations was vital for the two countries. But her guests only succeeded in antagonising each other. 1 comment

  14. 'I asked Thaci - how tall is the wall around your house?'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 25 | B92

    President Tomislav Nikolic says the delegations of Belgrade and Pristina left their talks in Brussels promising to do everything to secure peace in Kosovo. However, he said, the administration in Pristina is "trying to accelerate the solving of the situation" aware that "relations in the world are changing, that time is on the side of Serbia and the Serb people in Kosovo and Metohija, and that Serbs can expect positive signals from many world capitals." 3 comments

  15. Thaci accuses Belgrade of 'arming Serbs in north'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 24 | B92

    Kosovo President Hashim Thaci has said that Serbia was "arming Serbs in the north, as part of a plan to partition Kosovo." He added that Kosovo's institutions had information that what was referred to as "the Russian train" - a Russian-manufactured Serbian Railways train on the Belgrade-Kosovska Mitrovica line that was prevented from reaching its destination earlier this month - transported "arms and members of paramilitary formations whose goal was to enter Kosovo and destabilize it."


  16. President to take part in new round of Kosovo dialogue - PMRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 20 | B92

    During a a press conference held at the Serbian government building in Belgrade Vucic "expressed hope that the upcoming talks in Brussels will be sufficiently rational, as to bringing weapons in an environment where the majority Serbs lives in Kosovo, stressing that it is important for Serbia to avoid conflicts and provocations," the Serbian government said on its website. Vucic said he was confident that the talks would be successful, and "stressed that he will invest a lot of effort and work that in order to provide an economically secure future for the citizens of Serbia."


  17. Pristina complains to EU and U.S. about Serbian 'aggression'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 18, 2017 | B92

    Enver Hoxhaj has written to heads of diplomacy of the EU and the United States, accusing Serbia of "numerous provocative acts and aggression." An unnamed official in Pristina told AP that the Kosovo foreign minister sent his "3-page" letter to the EU, the U.S., and "other countries." 1 comment

  18. Albanian children attack bus carrying Serbs with stonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2017 | B92

    A bus that was carrying Serbs from Orahovac to Velika Hoca in Kosovo was attacked with stones on Wednesday afternoon. Belgrade-based daily Vecernje Novosti said the incident happened as about 50 residents of these two Serb enclaves in Metohija were returning from Kosovska Mitrovica. 1 comment

  19. NATO: Pristina doesn't need our permission to deploy policeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2017 | B92

    NATO headquarters sources said on Wednesday that the Brussels Agreement from 2013, which Serbia is invoking, "does not include the police forces of Kosovo." According to Beta agency, they also stated that "Kosovo authorities do not have to seek approval from KFOR to send their police throughout Kosovo." 6 comments

  20. PM meets with Mogherini, talks NATO, Kosovo, and hypocrisyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2017 | B92

    Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and the head of EU diplomacy, Federica Mogherini, held an urgent meeting in Davos on Wednesday dedicated to Kosovo. As B92's Filip Cukanovic is reporting, the prime minister said he was in favor of "peace and stability at any price" but noted that he "doesn't like hypocrisy."