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Families of kidnapped Serbs want indictments

Families of kidnapped Serbs want indictments

BELGRADE -- An association of families of Serb victims in Kosovo has expressed dissatisfaction with a statement of organ trafficking case investigator Clint Williamson.

The American prosecutor who heads a EU special team said in Brussels there was "not enough evidence" to raise indictments.

Kosovo Honors Killed Police Officer

Kosovo authorities commemorated the death of Zymberi and inaugurated a new building at the headquarters of the Kosovo Police in Pristina in honour of the police officer who was killed in the north of the country three years ago.

Bajram Rexhepi, outgoing Minister of interior, said “Enver Zymberi symbolizes the actions and the bravery of the Kosovo Police which has done a great job”.

PM: Belgrade committed to normalizing relations with Pristin

BERLIN - Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic has said that Belgrade is committed to normalizing relations with Pristina, but recognizing the independence of Kosovo, proclaimed unilaterally by ethnic Albanians, has never been a topic of negotiations between Belgrade and Pristina in Brussels.

"Invasion of Serb property to be resolved"

"Invasion of Serb property to be resolved"

FRANKFURT -- Activities of Kosovo's privatization agency undermine the foundations upon which the Serb community in the province is built, says Marko Đurić.

The director of the Serbian Government Office for Kosovo and Metohija spoke for the Serbian-language daily Vesti, published in Frankfurt, Germany.

"Belgrade continues to provide economic aid to Serbs"

"Belgrade continues to provide economic aid to Serbs"

BELGRADE -- Belgrade continues to financially help Serbs in Kosovo, but that support should go to development, rather that serve to "pay them to stay (in Kosovo)."

This is what the head of the Serbian government's media office, Milivoje Mihajlović, told B92 TV on Wednesday.

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