Thursday, January 25, 2007

No fanfare for the carve-up of Serbia

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Right-wing nationalists want to form Serbia's new government
International Herald Tribune - 56 minutes ago
BELGRADE, Serbia: Serbia's ultranationalist Radical Party, which once ruled with former president Slobodan Milosevic, wants to form a new government after having garnered the most votes in recent parliamentary elections, a party leader said Thursday.
European Union demands speedy formation of unity coalition in Serbia Bay Area Indymedia
Ultranationalists riding high in Serbia after crucial vote Mainichi Daily News
BBC News - San Diego Union Tribune - Spiked
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FEATURE-No fanfare for the carve-up of Serbia
Reuters - 43 minutes ago
The state created in 1918 is no more. Slovenia and Macedonia walked off in 1991. Croatia and Bosnia had to fight brutal wars with their Serb minorities, backed by Belgrade.
FEATURE-No fanfare for the carve-up of Serbia Reuters AlertNet
Kosovo cut from Serbia, with strings Independent Online
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