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Aleksandar Vucic admitted that the amount of autonomy given to them under the accord was not ideal. Kosovo proclaimed its independence from Serbia in 2008 but Kosovan Serbs have refused to recognise the government. The deal is intended to normalise
Aleksandar Vui is not welcome in that part of the province appeared in northern Kosovska Mitrovica on Friday. (Beta/AP, file) During the night, the placards were posted at several locations in that town, showing Vui wearing a traditional Albanian
A car belonging to a Kosovo Serb was set on fire a little after 23:00 CET on Friday in northern Kosovska Mitrovica. The Ford with Belgrade license plates was parked behind an apartment building. The perpetrator first broke a window and then threw a
Two 15-year-old boys, a Serb and a Gorani, who were stabbed on Saturday in Kosovska Mitrovica, are stable and are successfully recovering. A scene from Kosovska Mitrovica (Beta/AP, file) Kosovska Mitrovica Health Centers surgeon Ljubia Miloevi told
International Press Institute (IPI), is concerned about the physical attack on Gezim Bimbashi, a journalist for Kosovo public RTV broadcaster RTK. Bimbashi was brutally beaten on Monday April 22, at around 12:50 on 'Sumadija' Square in Kosovo's
No Deal Yet in Talks to Ease Tensions Between Serbia and Kosovo Hazir Reka/Reuters A resident of the ethnically divided town of Mitrovica in Kosovo, which may grant more autonomy to majority Serbs in the north. Talks aimed at overcoming ethnic
Topics A man walks over a bridge in the ethnically divided town of Mitrovica April 17, 2013. Serbia and Kosovo failed to agree on a plan to tackle the ethnic partition of Serbia's former province on Thursday, casting doubt on Belgrade's prospects of
Unknown perpetrators broke the windows on the offices of the Serb Progressive Party (SNS) in Kosovska Mitrovica. This was announced Kosovo Police (KPS) Deputy Regional Director Ergin Medi on Monday...According to Medi, the case is qualified as "
Offices of the civil initiative Serbia, Democracy, Justice, led by Oliver Ivanovi burned down in a fire that broke out in Kosovska Mitrovica late on Monday. The fire, which is suspected to be the work of arsonists, caused no injuries but damaged two
Branimir Cvetnic likes to remember his hometown of Mitrovica as the lively, multicultural industrial hub it once was, rather than the grim symbol of Kosovo's ethnic division it has become. "Back then, Mitrovica was an open city, a city for everybody..