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Text of report in English by Serbian pro-western Belgrade-based Radio B92 website, on 29 August Belgrade, Caglavica: 29 August: [Serbian] Health Minister Tomica Milosavljevic says the problem of medicine being sent to Kosovo is of a "technical" nature.
By Matt Robinson BELGRADE (Reuters) - The major powers voiced concern on Friday at tensions in northern Kosovo, where there are growing signs of Serb resistance as the majority Albanian province pushes for independence from Serbia.
PRISTINA, Serbia (Reuters) - Serbia must drop its "negative" influence on Serbs in Kosovo and tell them to re-engage with the ethnic Albanian majority, the major powers said on Thursday, as a decision nears on the province's fate.
By Fatos Bytyci PRISTINA, Serbia (Reuters) - The U.N. governor in Kosovo on Tuesday played down Serb talk of cutting cooperation with the province's ethnic Albanian institutions but promised to step up security in the tense north where most Serbs live.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Kosovo's ethnic Albanian government must take action now to protect its Serbian minority, the European Union's foreign policy chief told new Kosovan Prime Minister Agim Ceku on Wednesday. "For a long time there has been a lot of talk but not much action.
By Matthew Robinson VIENNA (Reuters) - Serbs and ethnic Albanians resumed talks on the future of Kosovo on Friday, marked by a row over the presence of a former guerrilla commander at the negotiating table and Serb protests in the province.
By Matthew Robinson VIENNA (Reuters) - Serbs and Kosovo Albanians sat down at the same table in Vienna on Monday for the first round of talks on the fate of Serbia's disputed southern province, with the Albanians confident of winning independence.
By Matthew Robinson PRISTINA, Serbia and Montenegro (Reuters) - Albin Kurti is an unlikely threat to national security. The boyish face, black-rimmed glasses and knee-length overcoat ring more of a mature Harry Potter than the terrorist Serbia labeled him in the late 1990s.
By Matthew Robinson PRISTINA, Serbia and Montenegro (Reuters) - Two Serbs were killed and two were wounded when their car was shot at in Kosovo, police said on Sunday, shattering a year-long lull in attacks there on Serbs.
By Nedim Dervisbegovic SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Kosovo's first film since the 1999 war tells the story of three mental patients let loose from an asylum after the collapse of Serb rule.
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