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An ethnic Albanian was arrested after trying beak through a bridge roadblock with a bulldozer, driving from the southern into the northern part of the town. This was confirmed by regional spokesman for the Kosovo police (KPS) Besim Hoti. The northern
Kosovo said Tuesday he is disappointed by the Serb refusal to remove roadblocks in the north of the country and warned of action if the blockade is not lifted soon. Serbs defied a Tuesday deadline to remove the barriers and
Kai Gudenoge said Tuesday's clash began when the Serb protesters threw pipebombs at the peacekeepers, injuring four of them...A hospital official said seven Serb protesters were wounded, but Gudenoge said only one was shot by the peacekeepers.
He also added that the northern Kosovo issue could not be solved with military actions. The first myth that apparently still needs busting: that there is a military/police solution to the northerners refusal to accept rule by Pritina, he explained.
Kosovo police have charged 13 Serb truck drivers with illegally crossing the border in the north of the country, a police official said. The drivers were from the Eurokop company in Serbia's southwestern town of Raska and were carrying lead
Russia has joined the EU and US in condemning Kosovo's decision to send Special Forces to seize border crossings along the shared frontier with Serbia...Serbia in the north of the breakaway region. The locals are mostly ethnic Serbs, and they have
EU police fly in to secure Kosovo border crossings Serbs in Mitrovica blocked the main bridge Helicopters have been ferrying EU police to Kosovo border crossings with Serbia after ethnic Serbs blocked roads to stop Kosovan police entering. It was
Kosovo and a clear setback for the progress achieved." The U.N. Security Council met Thursday evening to discuss the Kosovo situation at Serbia's request, said Russian Ambassador Vitaly Churkin. "This is a
Serbs in northern Kosovo started setting up road blocks on Thursday, fearing intervention by Kosovo police, following an agreement in Brussels last week which Belgrade and Pristina interpret each in its own way. People blocked main road between
Walking in the other direction, a group of men are carrying coffins' 'A bit of normality' Sean Smith's photograph of a Kosovan child. Photograph: Sean Smith for the Guardian This was taken in Mitrovica, Kosovo , a year after the Serbian army had left