BRUSSELS -- Karel De Gucht and Carla Del Ponte met in Brussels Wednesday.
BELGRADE, VIENNA -- The Serbian Parliament adopted a resolution rejecting the plan by overwhelming majority last night; Ahtisaari "not surprised".
PRIŠTINA -- Jaap de Hoop Scheffer appealed to Serbia on Thursday to engage constructively in a process determining Kosovo’s status.
BELGRADE, ORAŠAC, OPLENAC -- Celebrations in Orašac, Oplenac and Belgrade mark both Serbian Statehood Day and Serbian Army Day.
MOSCOW -- A top Russian diplomat on Thursday criticized the plan saying it fails to protect Serbs' interests.
BELGRADE -- The portion of the international community in favor of independence has two scenarios for the Kosovo, Aleksandar Fatić says.
BELGRADE -- The new Serbian Parliament convenes for its first session today. The Kosovo Resolution tops the agenda.
PRIŠTINA -- UNMIK Police Chief Stephen Curtis resigned today, Beta reports.
BUJANOVAC -- Leader of the Democratic Progress Movement Jonuz Musliu says the Albanians living in the Preševo Valley support Kosovo’s independence.
BELGRADE -- Parliamentary parties broke one pre-election promise – the number of women in Parliament falls short of the expected 30 percent
BELGRADE -- This is a crucial year in the settlement of the Kosovo status, Russian President Vladimir Putin said yesterday.
BELGRADE -- Serbian Government violated law by passing a Decree on allocation of state-owned apartments, judge Svetozar Čiplić told B92.
BELGRADE -- Following the constitution of the new Parliament, deputies to discuss draft resolution on Kosovo tomorrow.
BANJA LUKA -- Former State Security Chief Goran Petrović offered a unique perspective of Serbia's habits in state politics.
BRUSSELS -- The EU has lent a hand to Serbia on its path to the EU and called for constructive approach over the Kosovo issue.
BELGRADE -- Parliamentary parties will meet today to establish the agenda for the first parliamentary session scheduled for February 14.
BERLIN -- The European Union mission in Kosovo must avoid a heavy-handed approach, a think-tank warned on Monday.
SOFIA, ATHENS -- Bulgarian and Greek presidents Georgi Parvanov and Karolos Papoulias met in Sofia Monday.
BRUSSELS -- The EU will continue talks with Serbia when the new government proves it will fully cooperate with The Hague.
PRIŠTINA -- Kosovo's interior minister resigned on Monday over the deaths of two protesters in clashes Saturday.
BELGRADE -- The UN Security Council will adopt a resolution on Kosovo only if a consensus is reached, Leon Kojen says.
BELGRADE -- DS, DSS and G17 Plus leaders to convene next weekend to discuss the cabinet; Đelić to be offered premiership, Blic learns.
PRIŠTINA -- Two people died overnight of injuries sustained in clashes Saturday between police and Albanian protesters, UN police said.
VALJEVO -- Graffiti expressing support for the Hague fugitive Radovan Karadžić appeared over the weekend in Valjevo, western Serbia.
BELGRADE -- Aleksandar Vučić says the Hague Tribunal is attempting to deny Šešelj an efficient defense.
MUNICH -- The Munich Conference on Security Policy ends today with participation of leading politicians from 40 countries.
ZAGREB -- The Croatian media report that Croatia plans to open its liaison office in Priština.
BELGRADE -- Parties have agreed to convene the new parliament on Wednesday, February 14.
MUNICH -- Russia will oppose any Kosovo status solution unacceptable to either side, president Vladimir Putin says.
BUCHAREST -- Romanian Prime Minister Calin Popescu-Tariceanu urged Belgrade and Priština to be flexible in their talks.
PRIŠTINA -- Albin Kurti’s Self-Determination movement will today in Priština organize a rally in protest of Ahtisaari’s proposal.
BELGRADE -- Serbia’s European future is not conditioned by acceptance of Ahtisaari’s plan or Kosovo’s independence, Vuk Jeremić says.
BELGRADE -- Ružica Đinđić, who topped the DS electoral list, will not become a parliament member, Beta has learned.
KOSOVSKA MITROVICA -- The Serbian National Council of Northern Kosovo (SNV) organized a protest rally in Kosovska Mitrovica.
BRUSSELS -- EU foreign policy chiefs will seek quick formation of a new Serbian cabinet as they meet on Monday.
NEW YORK, BELGRADE -- UN Special Kosovo Envoy Martti Ahtisaari has put off negotiations until February 21, B92 has learned.
SEVILLE -- Granting independence to Kosovo could inspire other breakaway regions in Europe and former Soviet Union, Sergei Ivanov warns today.
BELGRADE -- Elections repeated at six polling stations; 1,135 people cast votes; 27.51 percent turnout.
B92 TV has launched a new investigative journalism program - dubbed Reporter
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe's representative on freedom of the media has published a communiqué on the growing safety threat to female journalists online