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Text of report by Kosovo-Albanian privately-owned newspaper Express, on 14 August [Report by Arben Hyseni: "AKM's Tracks Disappear"] Prishtina [Pristina], 13 Aug - On the orders of Paul Acda, former UNMIK [UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo] Pillar IV head, all computers and their hard disks have been removed and taken away from the Kosova [Kosovo] Trust Agency [AKM].
Text of report in English by Pristina-based independent internet news agency KosovaLive Malisheve [Malisevo], 11 Aug (KosovaLive) - The Italian Kfor [Kosovo Force] handed over today a donation with medicines worth 5,000 euros to the family healthcare centre in Kijeve [Kijevo] of Malisheve.
By Shaban Buza PRISTINA, Serbia (Reuters) - U.N. mediator Martti Ahtisaari said on Friday he was still "far from the moment" when a deal could be put to the Security Council on the future status of Kosovo but the target date remained by the end of this year.
BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia will reject independence as a solution for Kosovo and continue to consider the province part of its territory, Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica said in comments published on Monday. "The policy of Serbia would be to declare that Kosovo is part of Serbia.
By Shaban Buza and Beti Bilandzic VIENNA (Reuters) - Kosovo formally made its pitch for independence face-to-face with Serbia on Monday at their first top-level talks since NATO bombs drove Serb forces from the province in 1999.
By Beti Bilandzic VIENNA (Reuters) - Kosovo stakes its claim to independence on Monday at top-level talks between Serbs and ethnic Albanians, the first since NATO's 1999 air war wrested control of the province from Serbia.
BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica will attend top-level talks with Kosovo's ethnic Albanian leaders on the fate of the breakaway province next week in Vienna, the government said on Friday. Kostunica had kept U.N.
By Irwin Arieff UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Russia said on Thursday the United Nations had no authority to impose a solution on Serbia over the status of its breakaway Kosovo province and only a negotiated deal was acceptable. The statement by Russian U.N.
By Matt Robinson PRISTINA, Serbia (Reuters) - U.N. mediators in talks on the fate of Kosovo expect to chair the highest-level meeting of Serbs and pro-independence ethnic Albanians since the 1998-99 war in the last week of July, a U.N. official said.
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