KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - A vehicle carrying medical supplies from the Leposavic health centre to the Clinical Hospital Centre in the north of Kosovska Mitrovica was on Friday pulled over by the so-called Kosovo Police at the Bistrica Bridge checkpoint and ordered to go to a terminal in the south of the town, the hospital's director Zlatan Elek confirmed to Tanjug.
BANJSKA - The Banjska village in the Zvecan municipality in the north of Kosovo-Metohija remains sealed off after Sunday's deadly clashes that followed an attempt by a group of Serbs to block a road in the village.
Three Serbs and one officer of the so-called Kosovo Police were killed in the clashes.
KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - Pristina's police confirmed to Tanjug on Friday a Kosovo-Metohija Serb arrested at the Jarinje administrative crossing earlier in the day had been released from detention.
Previously, the deputy chief of the so-called Kosovo Police for Region North said the arrestee, a man identified by the initials B L, had been detained for "possession of narcotics."
As Kosovo Online writes, 34-year-old B. L. is currently in Jarinje and has not received information about why he was detained.
He was returning by car from central Serbia to Leposavic with his girlfriend, a friend and his three minor children.
After the arrest, members of the Kosovo Police escorted B.L. to the police station in South Mitrovica.
ZVECAN - The night passed calmly in Zvecan, a Serb-majority municipality in the north of Kosovo-Metohija and, in the morning, local Serbs continued a peaceful protest that began at the end of May.
The protesters, who have been gathering in front of a cordon of Kfor troops every day, said they would not end the protest until their demands were met.