A long column of people attending the Belgrade Pride Parade - motto, "I'm not giving up" - and marking the end of Pride week, passed near the Serbian Presidency building, the city and national parliaments and continued to the government building. The organisers of the event then addressed the crowd about the demands of the community.
Defence witness Nebojsa Bogunovic, who was a police official in the Serbian town of Backa Palanka, told the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals in The Hague on Wednesday that he volunteered to go to the Eastern Slavonia region of Croatia in the summer of 1991 as the conflict there was developing.
Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in Belgrade, Jennifer Brush, told Voice of America that Kostunica had been notified of the attack, but had issued a police order not to respond.
Two bullets were fired at Enver Maloku's apartment in Pristina on July 18, 1998. One hit the railings of the balcony; the other hasn't been found. The assassination attempt failed.
When or not it was the same shooter who opened fire on the afternoon of January 11, 1999, this time the attempt succeeded.
The European Court of Human Rights has asked both the Serbian government and a BIRN staffer, Sofija Todorovic, for more explanation, after she submitted a complaint to it about right-wingers who had targeted her online.
The court called on both sides to submit additional information and clarification by July 5.