Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Reports: Survivor of 1999 Kosovo massacre testifies at war crimes ...

Four Serbian Parties enter Kosovo Parliament
Focus News - 56 minutes ago
Four of the six Serbian parties which took part in the Parliamentary elections in Kosovo on November 17 signed a coalition agreement, Serbian paper Danas writes.

Reports: Survivor of 1999 Kosovo massacre testifies at war crimes ... (Pressemitteilung) - 7 hours ago
AP BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) - An ethnic Albanian survivor of one of the worst massacres of the Kosovo war has testified at a Serbian war crimes court how Serb policemen killed her husband and four children, including a 22-month-old baby, Serbian media ...

NATO shows muscles in north of Kosovo
dtt-net - 12 hours ago
Prishtina, - NATO troops are building up presence in north of Kosovo amid western fears of Serb unrest if Ethnic Albanians decide to declare independence.

Enel says to build power plant in Albania UPDATE
Forbes - Dec 3, 2007
MILAN (Thomson Financial) - Enel SpA will build a coal-fired power plant in Albania as part of its strategy of growth in southeast Europe, a spokesperson for Enel said.
Serbia says Kosovo Albanians should not speak at UN
Reuters - 8 hours ago
By Claudia Parsons UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Serbia has asked the UN Security Council to ensure Kosovo Albanian leaders cannot speak at a critical December 19 meeting on the future of the breakaway province, according to a letter seen by Reuters on ...

New Slovenian president: small nation can lead European Union
International Herald Tribune - 4 hours ago
AP NEW YORK: The president-elect of Slovenia, which takes over leadership of the European Union next month, said he believes his small nation can work effectively with the United States toward solving issues including the status of Kosovo.

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