Milan Ivanović

Another Serb arrested in Kosovo-Metohija for alleged war crime

KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - The so-called Kosovo Police said on Monday it had arrested a Serb suspected of allegedly having committed a war crime.

In a statement, it said the 70-year-old man, identified with the initials Z N, had been arrested in the north of Kosovska Mitrovica for allegedly committing a "war crime against civilians - sexual violence" in the Vucitrn municipality in 1999.

Serbs gather at protest rally in northern Kosovska Mitrovica

KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - Kosovo-Metohija Serbs gathered at a mass protest rally in northern Kosovska Mitrovica on Monday to call on the international community to ban Pristina's unilateral decision to abolish the Serbian dinar and point out that Serbs in the province were disenfranchised and deprived of the basic living conditions.

Mojsilovic: There has been no heightened combat readiness, only boosted army presence

BELGRADE - In a reaction to a statement issued by Washington and Brussels over alleged excessive Serbian Armed Forces engagement in the area of the administrative line between central Serbia and Kosovo-Metohija, Serbian Armed Forces Chief of General Staff Gen Milan Mojsilovic said on Monday there had been no heightened combat readiness in response to the most recent security crisis and that the

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;

Two Serbs arrested in north of Kosovo-Metohija

KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - Two Serbs were arrested in the north of Kosovo-Metohija on Wednesday.

Ilija Elezovic was arrested in Kosovska Mitrovica, his son Nikola confirmed to Tanjug, adding that the arrest had taken place near a local secondary school this morning.

"We have not been told why he was arrested or where he is," Nikola Elezovic said.

Kfor: No evidence of weapons smuggling to Serbian churches in Kosovo

PRISTINA - The Kfor mission said on Wednesday there was no evidence of alleged weapons smuggling to Serbian Orthodox churches in Kosovo-Metohija in ambulances via administrative crossings in the province.

Previously, British MP Alicia Kearns accused the Serbian Orthodox Church of involvement in weapons smuggling from central Serbia to Kosovo-Metohija.