Monday, February 26, 2007

Serbia 'failed to stop genocide'

Serbia 'failed to stop genocide'

Melbourne Herald Sun, Australia - 1 hour ago
By Correspondents in The Hague. THE UN's highest court last night exonerated Serbia of direct responsibility for the Srebrenica massacre, but in a landmark ...

For people like 60-year-old Fatija Suljic, who lost her husband and three sons at Srebrenica, the ICJ's ruling added insult to injury. It was "a disaster for our people", she said.


Nenad Canak, of Serbia's new Social Democrat-Liberal Democratic coalition, said the ruling left him "speechless".

"The only thing I can say is to remind you of the words of Primo Levi written on a wall in Dachau. "The man who denies Auschwitz is the same one who is ready to repeat it."

Moving Kosovo on
International Herald Tribune - 4 hours ago
Earlier this month, a United Nations envoy, Martti Ahtisaari, presented a sensible plan for the future of Kosovo. The small Serbian province has been administered by the United Nations since 1999, when NATO went to war to defend its ethnic Albanian ...
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War crimes indictee Haradinaj urges stability in Kosovo
Southeast European Times - 6 hours ago
Former Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj expressed confidence that justice will prevail in his trial at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in Hague, that is due to start on March 5th.

Solana: Kosovo status settlement - region's key challenge
Makfax - 7 hours ago
Kosovo status settlement is a key challenge in the process of consolidation of stability and progress of the western Balkans' European integration, EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana said.

"Favorable provisions" on Kosovo should be applied in Vojvodina
Makfax - 7 hours ago
The favorable provisions on non-Albanian population in Kosovo should be applied on Hungarian minority in Vojvodina, Hungarian Alliance leader said.

Visa or no visa? That's still the question in the Balkans
Southeast European Times - 5 hours ago
Ask most people in the Balkans about their concerns, and the probability is high that they'll mention visas. For many, travel even within the region -- let alone to the rest of Europe -- requires a laborious process, one that can sometimes border on ...

World Bank approved priority transport project Albania
Infrasite - 8 hours ago
Washington, United States of America - The World Bank 2007-02-22 approved a US$25 million Transport Project for Albania that will finance the construction of the 26 kilometer section between Milot and Rreshen, will test performance based road ...

Crvenkovski, Moisiu pleased with Macedonia-Albania relations
Makfax - 7 hours ago
Crvenkovski and Moisiu shared the position that both Macedonia and Albania need to invest additional efforts to wrap up the reform.

EU sets tasks for Montenegro's accession
B92 -
4 hours ago
"Montenegro must adopt new constitution based on broad consensus, in line with European standards, especially in fields of human and minority rights, judiciary, defense and security forces control," the EU said in the European partnership document.

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