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78 Days of Fear: Remembering NATO’s Bombing of Yugoslavia

The army statement said that over 20 buildings had already been hit and that the air campaign was continuing, but insisted that the military's operational and combat readiness was at the highest possible level. It also declared that the mood among the country's soldiers and officers was "unusually high".

Kosovo-Serbia Deal Must Ensure War Suspects Face Trial

Roughly two years ago, officials confirmed arrest warrants for 57 Serbs suspected to have been involved in crimes committed in places like Djakovica/Gjakova, Cuska, Pavljan, Zahac and Ljubenic; in the case of the three murdered Bytyqi brothers; and the infamous 'refrigerator trucks' massacre cover-up scheme.

RSF on storming of RTS, and public service's reporting

The organization said in a press release that the incident happened last weekend, while those who stormed the premises did so "to protest against its biased coverage and try to make their voice heard."

Chizhov: Moscow does not meddle in others’ affairs

"Is this a democratic way to solve a problem?" Russia's Permanent Representative to the European Union Vladimir Chizhov remarked on the name deal between Greece and North Macedonia during an interview with Kathimerini on the sidelines of the Delphi Economic Forum earlier this month.

Russia recognises North Macedonia by new constitutional name

The Russian Federation has recognised the Republic of North Macedonia by its new constitutional name.
Russia was the first major power to recognise the country by its constitutional name of Republic of Macedonia in August, 1992 after the breakup of the former Yugoslavia.

"I understands bombing is difficult topic for Serbs"

"We are there to protect all people including the Serb community," Stoltenberg said in an interview with TV Prva, and stressed that NATO has no plans to reduce the presence of its troops in Kosovo.

Protests Against Vucic in Belgrade Escalate

Protests against Serbia's President Aleksander Vucic continue, and tensions escalate. On Sunday, protesters tried to enter the presidency during a demonstration provoked by Vucic. They broke through the defensive fence and reached the entrance to the building of the Serbian presidency, Tanjug reported, quoted by BTA.

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