Serbian Police

Kosovo: Albanians accused of attacking Serbian police freed

The Basic Court in Gjilane in Kosovo has set free nine men accused of attacking the Serbian police checkpoint in Dobrosin in 2012, wounding one officer.

Tanjug said this on Thursday, citing the Pristina-based Albanian language daily Gazeta Express as reporting that the court found "no evidence that they carried out the attack."

Some parts of Balkans still unstable, says Tillerson

Tillerson spoke on Thursday in Vienna, Austria, where he is attending the OSCE Ministerial Council.

"Governments should accelerate economic and political reforms, including institutional strengthening, the fight against corruption and the rule of law," he said, according to Tanjug.

These are the key steps, the US official said.

Serbia: 1.1 tons of narcotics destroyed in power plant

1,160 kilograms of narcotics and other psychoactive substances have been burned in the Nikola Tesla power plant in Belgrade's municipality of Obrenovac.

The drugs had been confiscated by the police over the past period.

Police Director Vladimir Rebic, who was present at the power plant, specified that the narcotics destroyed today consisted mostly of marijuana and heroin.