Unrest in Kosovo

Vučić: "The ratio of Serbs and Albanians is 1:15. That says enough" VIDEO

The President of Serbia said that today is not an easy task before us and that it is not the time for excessive expectations or expectations that are not in line with the reality around us.
"We will have to continue to address it responsibly with a strategic view of the future and awareness of how we want to leave the country to our descendants," he said.

Last Despatches: News Team Killed the Day After Kosovo War Ended

It was June 13, 1999, and Uli Reinhardt, a photojournalist from the German news magazine Stern was due to meet his colleague Gabriel Gruener at 6pm in the southern Kosovo city of Prizren.

But Gruener would never arrive for the meeting, and could not be contacted by mobile phone because Kosovo's telecommunications system had been damaged in the war.

Kosovo Leaders Feud Over COVID-19 Outbreak in North

Reports of an outbreak of new COVID-19 cases in Serb-run northern Kosovo have sparked in-fighting among politicians in Kosovo and accusations of negligence.

On Sunday, the main hospital in the Serb-run north, in the divided town of Mitrovica, confirmed 26 cases in the three northern municipalities of Mitrovica North, Zvecan and Leposavic.

Bargain Buy: the Kosovo Traders Defying a Town’s Ethnic Divide

"My father started the trade. We had customers from all parts of Mitrovica," said a Kosovo Albanian shopkeeper who gave his name as Blerim.

"During the war, the shop didn't work. After, we started working and mostly we sold basic foods. Not a lot of Serbs came to us then, but with time it changed."

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