BELGRADE -- At least 30 policemen and 30 civilians were injured as protesters demonstrated against U.S. and EU Kosovo policy.
WASHINGTON, MOSCOW -- The United States took note of the unilateral declaration of independence by Kosovo's Albanians.
NEW YORK, BELGRADE -- The United Nations Security Council will hold emergency Kosovo session tomorrow.
PRIŠTINA, BELGRADE -- Ethnic Albanians have today at 15:00 CET unilaterally declared independence of the Serbian province of Kosovo.
BRUSSELS, KOSOVSKA MITROVICA -- Beta says an analysis shows Kosovo's unilateral declaration will first be recognized by some Islamic countries.
BELGRADE -- PM Vojislav Koštunica addressed the nation today as ethnic Albanians unilaterally declared Kosovo's independence.
PRAGUE -- A group of Czech lawmakers today reacted to the announced unilateral declaration of Kosovo's independence.
PREŠEVO -- Ethnic Albanians from Serbia's southern regions intend to celebrate Kosovo's unilateral secession today.
WASHINGTON -- Kosovo's declaration of independence will deteriorate the stability of the Balkans, John Bolton says.
DAR ES SALAAM -- U.S. President George Bush says he will work with his allies to avoid violence in Kosovo.
BELGRADE, NEW YORK -- The government today officially reacted to the EU decision to send its mission to Kosovo.
BELGRADE -- Prime Minister Vojislav Koštunica met with a delegation of Serbs from Kosovo in Belgrade today.
BRUSSELS -- The EU member states will make their individual decisions regarding the recognition of Kosovo.
BELGRADE, KOSOVSKA MITROVICA -- Deputy Prime Minister Božidar Đelić, cabinet ministers and their assistants will be in Kosovo Sunday.
LJUBLJANA, BRUSSELS -- Several EU officials have in the past days commented on Serbia's EU path.
BELGRADE -- The DS parliamentary whip says any change of the international mission in Kosovo is "impossible" without a UN decision.
BELGRADE -- Živorad Kovačević says it is unacceptable for Serbia to break off ties with the European Union.
PRIŠTINA -- Kosovo's Prime Minister Hashim Thaci says the province will declare independence Sunday.
NIŠ -- Dragan Šutanovac was in Niš yesterday for ceremonies marking the Serbian Army Day.
BRUSSELS -- A mission to replace UNMIK, rejected by Belgrade, has been approved by Brussels last night.
BELGRADE -- President Boris Tadić held a news conference today after his inauguration ceremony.
BELGRADE -- Kosovo's Prime Minister Hashim Thaci has held a news conference in Priština today.
ORAŠAC -- Prime Minister Vojislav Koštunica says Serbia will not enter EU as part of any "undignified trade-off".
NEW YORK -- Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremić yesterday in New York addressed a UN Security Council Kosovo session.
BELGRADE -- Today is Sretenje – the day Serbia celebrates as its Statehood and Army Day.
BRUSSELS -- Human Rights Watch has issued what it calls a "seven-point human rights agenda for Kosovo".
BELGRADE -- Serbian Army Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Zdravko Ponoš says Serbia is not facing military threats.
ZVEČAN -- The municipal assembly in Zvečan, Kosovo, Thursday adopted conclusions regarding the developments in the province.
BELGRADE -- The government has decided to annul a unilateral declaration of Kosovo independence at today's cabinet meeting in Belgrade.
PRIŠTINA -- Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaci says Kosovo’s goal is to become a member of the United Nations.
PRIŠTINA -- Supporting a unilateral Kosovo independence declaration is illegal and immoral, says Russian President Vladimir Putin.
NEW YORK -- The UN Security Council is meeting behind closed doors in New York today to discuss the latest Kosovo developments.
PRIŠTINA -- The Kosovo government has declared an energy crisis and formed a special body to solve the problem.
BUJANOVAC -- Albanian parties in south Serbia want the international community to increase its presence there.
WASHINGTON -- Condoleezza Rice says that America hopes Serbia will accept the solution for Kosovo’s future status.
BELGRADE -- Daily Blic writes that European integration will take a back seat to Kosovo's status in the coming month.
BELGRADE -- Boris Tadić says Serbia has no alternative to the European path, and that the DS won’t stand for any blackmail on that path.
BELGRADE -- President Boris Tadić will be ceremonially inaugurated for his second term in office on Friday.
NEW YORK -- Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremić is traveling to New York to attend a UN Security Council session on Kosovo.
LJUBLJANA -- The EU troika and Russia have failed to reach a compromise over Kosovo in Brdo pri Kranju.
VIENNA, MOSCOW -- Vladimir Chizhov warns that Moscow will react negatively to countries that recognize Kosovo independence.
BELGRADE -- Vojislav Koštunica has urged Serbs in Kosovo to stay “in their homes, in their province and in their Serbia."
BELGRADE -- Ivica Dačić says that President Boris Tadić will most likely be sworn in on Thursday.
BELGRADE -- Raško-Prizrenska Eparchy Bishop Artemije has called on Serbia to act without hesitation.
BELGRADE -- Lieutenant-General Zdravko Ponoš says there are no military security threats in Serbia at the moment.
NEW YORK -- Stratfor believes that Serbia’s possibilities vis-a-vis Kosovo independence are limited.
Paris, Brussels -- Krisztina Nagy says that Olli Rehn will call for the Stabilization and Association Agreement (SAA) to be signed with Serbia.
BELGRADE -- The DSS-NS, SRS and SPS parliamentary groups have withdrawn their request for an emergency session of parliament to be held.
BELGRADE -- President Boris Tadić yesterday called on all state officials party leaders to "act more responsibly."
GENEVA -- Russian FM Sergei Lavrov commented on the Kosovo developments today; Churkin says Serbia seeks UN SC meeting.
BELGRADE -- A session of the Council for National Security was held in Belgrade today.
BELGRADE -- The government said last night that the president, prime minister and speaker agreed on a united state policy.
BRUSSELS -- A spokeswoman for Javier Solana says that "there is still chance Serbia will sign the SAA next Monday."
BELGRADE -- Parliamentary Speaker Oliver Dulić will meet with party whips tomorrow at 10:00 CET.
BELGRADE -- Polling stations in Dobro Polje will be open for a repeat of the presidential vote today until 8 p.m.
LJUBLJANA -- Slovenia is one of Serbia’s most ardent supporters within the EU, says Slovenian Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel.
BELGRADE -- The EU could make its decision to send its judicial-police mission to Kosovo as early as this week.
BELGRADE -- Several student and youth organizations held a protest rally in Belgrade on Monday, Beta reported.
BELGRADE -- Boris Tadić, Vojislav Koštunica and Oliver Dulić have met this evening in Belgrade.
BELGRADE -- The ruling parties say that Serbia could introduce a state of emergency because of Kosovo.
BELGRADE, KOSOVSKA MITROVICA -- Oliver Ivanović today commented on announcement that ethnic Albanians will declare Kosovo's independence.
BELGRADE -- In the event of Kosovo declaring independence, Serbian institutions will adopt an Action Plan, says a leading DSS official.
NEW YORK -- A commentary published in the Wall Street Journal re-examines the value of the U.S. Kosovo policy.
BELGRADE -- Serbia has an excellent chance of winning a case against states recognizing Kosovo independence, says Thomas Fleiner.
BELGRADE -- Tomislav Nikolić says he will support the government in “these fateful days for Kosovo” as if he was a member.
LJUBLJANA -- The Kosovo parliament will make a declaration of intent on February 17.
MUNICH -- President Boris Tadić yesterday finished his participation in a security conference in Germany.
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