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Administrative court judges say trial suspensions over coronavirus are insufficient

The Association of Administrative Judges said Friday the measures announced on Thursday in a joint ministerial decision to suspend most trials at the country's courts as part of a series of measures to stop the spread of the new coronavirus are not enough.

Kosovo Prosecutors Accuse Serbian Company of Wrecking Medieval Fortress

Kosovo prosecutors have indicted a Serbian company for damaging one of the country's most famous monuments in what it calls faulty restoration work.

The indictment obtained by BIRN charges the Belgrade-based Koto company with using excavators that were not appropriate to restore the walls of the medieval fortress of Novo Brdo between July and September 2019.

Turkey Arrests Journalists Over Reports on Turkish Intel Agent’s Funeral

A court in Istanbul ruled on Sunday to arrest Murat Agırel, a columnist with Yenicag Daily newspaper, and Yeni Yasam managing editor Ferhat Celik and editor-in-chief Aydın Keser over news reports on the funeral of a high-ranking intelligence officer who was killed in Libya.