Bosnia Arrests Serb Ex-Soldier for Wartime Rape of Prisoners
The Bosnian state prosecution announced on Monday that Borislav Gligorevic was arrested on May 26 while attempting to enter Bosnia and Herzegovina from Serbia at the Karakaj border crossing.
Dacic: We will not let Serbs become victims due to int'l community's lack of preparedness
BELGRADE - Serbian FM Ivica Dacic said on Monday a months-long escalation in Kosovo-Metohija was due to Pristina PM Albin Kurti's irresponsible behaviour that was causing conflict situations.
Vucevic: Army to remain in full combat readiness until Friday
BELGRADE - Serbian Defence Minister Milos Vucevic said on Monday the Serbian Armed Forces would remain in full combat readiness until Friday and that deployment of army formations along the administrative line with Kosovo-Metohija would be completed by 2 pm.
Vucevic noted that he expected the issue to be resolved by political means and not through war.
Brnabic: Situation in Kosovo-Metohija tense, more difficult than ever before
BELGRADE - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said on Monday the situation in Kosovo-Metohija was tense and more difficult than ever before.
Brnabic thanked Kosovo-Metohija Serbs for remaining calm and refraining from violence.
Kosovo Serbs Continue Protests Against New Mayors in North
Kosovo Serbs gathered in front of municipal buildings in Serb-dominated northern Kosovo early on Monday, protesting against newly elected ethnic Albanian mayors, while Kosovo Police and NATO's peacekeeping mission in Kosovo, KFOR, upped their presence to secure the area.
Srpska lista, Zvecan residents protest against mayor, want Pristina's police to withdraw
ZVECAN - Srpska lista and residents of Zvecan who gathered outside the local municipal building on Monday morning said they wanted a newly-elected ethnic Albanian mayor to stop coming into the building and Pristina's special police troops to withdraw immediately, a Tanjug reporter on the ground said.
Erdogan Election Victory in Turkey Celebrated Across Balkans
In the Bosnian capital Sarajevo, people gathered around the Sebilj Fountain in the city's old town and waved Turkish flags andf posters of Erdogan and his party. Photo: Klix.ba
In the Bosnian capital, Sarajevo, people gathered around the Sebilj Fountain in the city's old town and waved Turkish flags and posters of Erdogan and his party. The group later made a convoy touring the city.
KFOR stated: "The situation is deeply disturbing"; Helicopter raised PHOTO / VIDEO
The KFOR mission in Kosovo called on all parties to refrain from actions that could fuel tensions or cause escalation.
The Mission statement states that KFOR, led by NATO, increased its presence in four municipalities in the north of Kosovo this morning, following the latest developments in that area.
Ex-Minister’s Complaint Lifts Lid on North Macedonia Prison Discrimination
It took a high-profile prisoner's public complaint to lift the lid on the discrimination suffered by female inmates in North Macedonia.
Russia launched 'largest drone attack' on Ukrainian capital before Kiev Day
Ukraine's capital was subjected to the largest drone attack since the start of Russia's war, local officials said, as Kiev prepared to mark the anniversary of its founding on Sunday. At least one person was killed.