Kosovo Serbs

Day of Mourning in Serbia; "They will hit even harder"; Serbian school stoned

Sports events cancelled, customized program, flags at half mast. Day of mourning in Republika Srpska as well.
In the conflict with the Kosovo police on Sunday in the village of Banjska, three Serbs - S.N., I.M., B.M. - were killed, and one policeman was also killed.

Office for Kosovo and Metohija responded; Parents did not let their children go to school

Drecun: Kurti to escalate terror

BELGRADE - The chairman of the Serbian parliamentary committee on Kosovo-Metohija Milovan Drecun said on Tuesday recent deadly clashes in the north of Kosovo-Metohija were a result of horrible terror wreaked by the regime of Pristina's PM Albin Kurti.

Speaking to the RTS, Drecun said Kurti would not only continue but also escalate the terror under the pretext of investigations.

Three-day mourning due to the tragic events taking place in Kosovo and Metohija

''On the occasion of the tragic events and the death of our fellow citizens in Banjska, in the municipality of Zvean, September 26, 27 and 28 are declared Days of Mourning'', Serb List announced.
In Serbian communities on the territory of Kosovo and Metohija:
All entertaining events organized by local self-government bodies and institutions will be cancelled;

Petkovic: Ranilug attacks brutal intimidation aimed at ethnic cleansing

BELGRADE - The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic said bombs had been lodged on the family homes of three Srpska lista representatives in the province's Ranilug municipality last night to intimidate them and force them to leave as a part of Pristina PM Albin Kurti's continued campaign of ethnic cleansing.

Two Serbs beaten up by Pristina's police in Gracanica

GRACANICA - Three officers of the so-called Kosovo Police beat up two Serb men in central Gracanica, Kosovo-Metohija, on Thursday night.

One of the eyewitnesses told reporters that the Serbs - brothers identified as A M, aged 24, and M M, aged 19 - had been beaten up because one of them had asked the police why a traffic offence ticket was written in Albanian.

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