Saturday, October 13, 2007

German peacekeepers could stay in independent Kosovo
Kosovo Teen Wants Family Back in Austria
The Associated Press - 9 hours ago
VIENNA, Austria (AP) - Clutching a teddy bear, a 15-year-old Kosovo girl who had threatened to kill herself unless her family was reunited in Austria pleaded Friday for the return of her deported father and four siblings.

German peacekeepers could stay in independent Kosovo
The Post - 11 hours ago
BERLIN: A senior German politician said Berlin could keep its peacekeepers in Kosovo if the Serbian province unilaterally declared itself a sovereign state.

Business: Kosovo takes steps to join WTO
Southeast European Times - 18 hours ago
Kosovo's institutions have made a decision to begin talks on eventual WTO membership. Also this week: Fortune magazine débuts in Turkey.

Albania, Croatia, Macedonia get vote of confidence
Southeast European Times - 18 hours ago
The NATO Parliamentary Assembly adopted a resolution calling on the Alliance to launch membership talks with Albania, Macedonia and Croatia in 2008, provided the necessary conditions have been met. (Pressemitteilung)
Serbia puts up €1m reward for the capture of General Mladic
Independent - 10 hours ago
By Vesna Peric Zimonjic in Belgrade Serbia has put up a reward of €1m (£700000) for information leading to the arrest of the Bosnian Serb fugitive General Ratko Mladic.

Slovenia finds its way
Seattle Times - Oct 10, 2007
The country is Slovenia, whose population is not much greater than King County's. Slovenia declared independence from Yugoslavia in 1991, thereby separating itself from the Bosnian war.

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