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.
"In crafting our new federal kingdom, we will have a lot of international experience to draw on. One of the many peculiarities of Britain is that, while repeatedly spurning federalism, it has both left behind numerous federations across the English-speaking
"We can disagree over the status (of Kosovo) for the next 200 years, but that does not mean that we should hate each other, that we should not do business with each other."
On the occasion of International Day to End Impunity (IDEI), marked on November 2, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has published, as part of a global campaign to combat impunity, a special report entitled "The Road to Justice."