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Christian Science Monitor
Crimea vote: Five reasons why Putin's Ukraine case falls apart
In the spring of 1999, the ethnic Albanian population of Pristina, the capital of Kosovo , came under attack from Serbian Army and militia units, and they began an epic walk, an exodus of biblical proportions - toward the border of Macedonia.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Locals break into police station, free detained Serb
Zubin Potok Mayor Stevan Vuloviae has said that people in that northern Kosovo town last night stormed the local police station and released Slobodan Sovrliae.
Right-wing movement rejects policy of 'neutrality'
The Dveri movement believes that the March 16 elections in Serbia are about making a choice "between the European Union and NATO, and Russia."
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Croatia to Tax the Church, Protests Oust Kosovo Academic
A new law levies taxes on nonprofit organizations with annual income of at least 30,000 euros and requires all nonprofits to file regular financial reports to the Finance Ministry.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Crimean Backlash as EU Suspends Gazprom Talks, Latvia Warns SS Veterans Against March
A day after the EU put a hold on talks with Gazprom on the South Stream gas pipeline, the Kremlin-controlled company said 11 March the project will continue as planned , Reuters reports.
Emirates News Agency
Kosovo's President, Prime Minister receives Abdullah bin Zayed
PRISTINA, 12th March, 2014 -- Kosovo's President, Atifete Jahjaga received today in Pristina, H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Foreign Minister, who is currently visiting Kosovo.
The Huffington Post
Let's Not Yield to Putin on the Truth
On the subject of the Ukrainian crisis and the possible kidnapping of Crimea by the Russian Federation, we have been hearing two very strange arguments that are in urgent need of rebuttal: 1. Why should the Crimeans be denied the right to decide their fate? If they feel they are the Russians' brothers because they speak the same language, and if ... (more)
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Wall Street Journal
Toward a Scottish Solution for Crimea
In the next few days, we will hear a lot of noise from Russians about their planned referendum in Crimea and shouts of "double standards," "Kosovo" and even "Scotland."
Serbia Is Grateful To Armenia For Yerevan's Stance On Kosovo Issue
SERBIA IS GRATEFUL TO ARMENIA FOR YEREVAN'S STANCE ON KOSOVO ISSUE Monday 10 March 2014 12:17 Photo: PanArmenian Photo Serbia is grateful to Armenia for Yerevan's stance on Kosovo issue Yerevan /Mediamax/.
Kosovo faces water shortages
Volunteers clean up the exposed shore area of Lake Badovc near Pristina on March 2nd.
'Austerity measures taking away everyone's prospects
Dinkiae also "asked how Serbia can do better if there is not enough work," the United Regions of Serbia said in a statement.
Elections to be held in Kosovo 'in line with agreement'
The March 16 Serbian parliamentary elections will be held in Kosovo in accordance with the Brussels agreement "and with the OSCE," says Aleksandar Vueiae.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
NATO and Serbia strive to strengthen co-operation in Kosovo
In hopes of smoothing the relations between Pristina and Belgrade in carrying out the Brussels agreement, KFOR and Serbian Army officials are discussing co-operation.
Kosovo's PM hikes public sector wages by 25 pct ahead of vote
Kosovo's government raised pensions and public servants' wages by 25 percent on Monday, prompting the opposition to accuse Prime Minister Hashim Thaci of attempting to buy votes just a few months ahead of parliamentary elections.
Pakistan fully supports ongoing regional efforts for peace: President
For news details visit : http://www.nation.com.pk/national/10-Mar-2014/pakistan-fully-supports-ongoing-regional-efforts-for-peace-president For news details Read on : Pakistan fully supports ongoing regional efforts for peace: President ISLAMABAD- President Mamnoon Hussain has said that Pakistan was keen to further strengthen friendly and mutually ... (more)
Sat Mar 08, 2014
U.S. Hypocrisy on Crimean Secession Move: Washington Supported Breakup of Sudan, Yugoslavia, Iraq
There's a street named after former U.S. President Bill Clinton in Pristina, Kosovo for sending troops during the breakup of Yugoslavia.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Thaci: Teachers have cultivated the patriotism and desire for freedom and independence
Given the valuable role the teacher plays in our education, Government of Kosovo priority was to increase their material motivation, thus increasing teacher salaries significantly over the past few years, said Friday Kosovo Prime Minister, Hashim ThaA i during awards ceremony for the first time teachers of Gjakova.
Daeiae's former aide 'has no intention to flee country'
Branko Lazareviae has told the daily Veeernje Novosti that he "spoke the truth" during his recent questioning related to "the Sariae affair."
Serb municipalities 'could break off cooperation with EULEX'
Councilors from municipal assemblies in northern Kosovo on Thursday voiced concern over the announced plans of the Pristina authorities to form a Kosovo army.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
EU Mission presents its Final Report and recommendations for future elections
After having qualified the 2013 Kosovo Municipal Elections as representing a significant step forward in consolidating democracy in its preliminary statements, the European Union Election Observation Mission made public today its detailed findings and recommendations in order to help enhance the electoral process in future.