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Gang Leader’s Rise, Fall Paints Damning Picture of Serbia

Long notorious for his violent behaviour, Belivuk nevertheless spent relatively little time behind bars, a fact some have ascribed to the documented connections between his crime gang and state officials of the ruling Serbian Progressive Party, SNS.

At the beginning of this year, Belivuk appears to have fallen out of favour.

Pristina tells Borrell openly: "Kosovo police intends to continue with operations"

Deputy Prime Minister Besnik Bislimi in talks with EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell announced that, following the local elections in Kosovo, "the Kosovo government will continue with the operations" seen on October 13th, when Kosovo special police entered northern Kosovska Mitrovica and Zvecan.

Djokovic: I won't reveal whether I got vaccinated or not

Novak should take part in three more competitions by the end of 2021.
"For now, I plan to play Paris, the Final Masters in Turin and the Davis Cup. That is my schedule until the end of the season. I should be in Belgrade by the end of the week, and then a week before the competition in Bercy I will leave Serbia.

More than 5.000 people welcomed Vučić and Orbán on Horgos VIDEO / PHOTO

Namely, the works in question are the reconstruction and modernization of the railway Subotica-Horgos-state border with Hungary-Szeged.
Before the arrival of President Vui and Hungarian Prime Minister Orbn, more than 5.000 citizens gathered in Horgos.

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"Violence in Kosovo and Metohija wouldn't have happened if Trump was still in office"

Grenell wrote on Twitter that he is convinced that the latest violence would not have happened if Donald Trump and his team were still in office.
Grenell stated that the head of UNMIK blames poor communication, the EU, Von der Leyen and NATO for the recent violence. But he is the one who is ineffective & slow.

Kosovo Serb Minister’s Sacking Unlikely Despite ‘Kristallnacht’ Accusation

Responding to calls to dismiss a Kosovo Serb government minister, Goran Rakic, head of the Belgrade-backed Srpska Lista party, after his controversial statements, Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti on Thursday said sacking him would not help anything.

"The issue is not Rakic. Dismissal would turn him into an issue," Kurti said on Thursday, ahead of municipal elections due on Sunday.

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