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“With the evidence collected, we are on the right track and will be able to identify the person who committed this criminal act,” Shpresa Bakija, the chief prosecutor in the town of Gjakova/Djakovica, told Balkan Insight.
The former manager at the Post and Telecommunications of Kosovo and prospective MP was gunned down in the early hours of June 15.
Vučić ends visit to France
PARIS -- Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić conferred in Paris on Thursday with French Prime Minister Manuel Valls.
Their talks covered the donor conference due to take place in Brussels on July 16, as well as European affairs, economic relations, regional cooperation and "the project of metro construction," Tanjug reported.
Romania should be proud of what it has accomplished in the 25 years since the Revolution, while challenges remain to be overcome, the U.S. Chargé d'Affaires a.i. Duane Butcher said on Thursday night in his remarks on the occasion of the 238th Celebration of the Declaration of Independence, at the US Embassy in Bucharest.
Turkish Cypriot negotiator Kudret Ãzersay has given up hopes of a resolution on Cyprus anytime soon unless the current skidding stops, talks are brought to a serious give-and-take stage and the two sides commit themselves to reaching an agreement by a certain date. Will Greek Cypriots agree to that? No wayâ¦