1. yeah its funny how serbs make it about religion ,well guess what we dont care about old medieval poetries so just move on please
    (forward, 30 June 2012 01:58)

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  2. Police using legal means were successfully dealing with hooligans, provocateurs and troublemakers, and should be congratulated.

    Troublemakers know what expects them next time.
    (Tony/UK, 29 June 2012 20:22)

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  3. Take a chill pill Ataman, you're going to give yourself a heart attack
    (Nikolle, 29 June 2012 18:49)

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  4. I have no idea what you're talking about and I have a feeling that neither do you
    (Nikolle, 29 June 2012 15:31)

    He knows 100% but that you do not understand makes it perfect sense to bomb you. Who does not understand what exKFOR sez - should be nuked into seeing their 77 virgins. You included.
    (Ataman, 29 June 2012 18:19)

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  5. nikolle, this EX Kfor guy does not know that religion for albanians is not a big issue, that's why i dont think he has ever been to Kosova or Serbia,
    (eagleeye, 29 June 2012 16:14)

    It is not big issue at all - in Srbica we wanted to sip some beer - but we were told that KiM Albanians were jihadists and did not drink alco - at the same time Sami Lushtaku was having party, in his house not far from that time UN house, with all kind of drinks and girls - soon he got arrested for a short time due to his involvemnt in 2004 ethnic cleansing of KiM owners. If Mohammedans do not care about their death-cult - why the heck one can see pics like that: [link]

    or that [link] you sly jihadists know that lying to infidels is a matter of "honour"... dupe somebody else - I have seen enough of you in KiM and in the ME!
    (to eagleeye, 29 June 2012 18:10)

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  6. Petty petty Albanians. I think they are going home to Turkey soon.
    (Zoran, 28 June 2012 22:51)

    LOL Turkey doesn't want them. That's what the Ottomans dumped them in the Balkans and didn't give them a map to return :)
    (Balkan A/nthropologist, 29 June 2012 17:06)

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  7. nikolle, this EX Kfor guy does not know that religion for albanians is not a big issue, that's why i dont think he has ever been to Kosova or Serbia,
    (eagleeye, 29 June 2012 16:14)

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  8. exKfor I have to be honest with you, I have no idea what you're talking about and I have a feeling that neither do you
    (Nikolle, 29 June 2012 15:31)

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  9. you're assuming that I'm a Muslim exKfor. well here goes, if B92 will allow it, f... Allah. and f...Jesus too...
    (Nikolle, 29 June 2012 10:59)

    Nikolle- you have perfect Albanian patience- that is why you are going to loose every war against Serbs, though they are hotheads too.
    By the way - Allah is just one Arabic word for God and it precedes Islam, the only thing that jihadists have usurped this particular word...like it was ruled by "tolerant" Malaysian Supreme Court [link]
    So no point to f...God - try to have some human instead (and Jesus is long dead), better not some jihadist but rather Serb - this is the way to make peace in KiM. Called our ex-interpreter in Zvecan, he told that recently 3 Serbs brought wives from Albanian Proper - that means there is still hope to make love and not war, right?
    (exKFOR, 29 June 2012 13:26)

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  10. Bomb the albos, no mercy.
    (Ataman, 29 June 2012 12:23)

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  11. aaayyy

    NATO and the US didn't promise anything. your fictional sources are just that, fictional
    (Nikolle, 29 June 2012 11:04)

    They did. They say they are making Kosovo multiethnic democratic society, haven't you heard about it? Do you believe Kosovo must be Albanian land only?
    (aaayyy, 29 June 2012 11:52)

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  12. I should also add exKfor, if B92 will allow it, f... Jesus too
    (Nikolle, 29 June 2012 11:51)

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  13. ''The very presence of a Serb or Roma in Kosovo is enough to provoke any intolerant, hypernationalist Albanian.''

    the very fact that Kosova is not a part of Serbia is enough to provoke even the most tolerant and left wing serb, never mind madmen like those who post here
    (Nikolle, 29 June 2012 11:43)

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  14. "A Serb was arrested because he threw a molotov cocktail buses with serbians. Does this mean that the serbian secret services are involved in throwing serbian buses with molotov cocktail and other things."
    (beni, 29 June 2012 09:33)

    No, it's more likely that it means that experts from KPS (former KLA fighters) found a scapegoat to blame instead of arresting and punishing the perpetrators (usually Albanian 'playing kids')
    (Comm. Parrisson, 29 June 2012 11:35)

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  15. Let us not forget who threw the first stone.

    The Serbs have been provoking the K-Albanians and the K-Albanians have been just as bad by responding to them.

    Just like the Dublin riots in 2006 when the Loyalists/ Unionists from the North held a demonstration in Dublin, there was bound to be a reaction.

    Today was never going to end well.
    (I am a Serb, a Croat, and a Muslim, 28 June 2012 22:55)

    The very presence of a Serb or Roma in Kosovo is enough to provoke any intolerant, hypernationalist Albanian.

    Regarding the Love Ulster riots in Dublin, what happened there was simply not comparable. The Unionists in Northern Ireland have no claim to the Republic of Ireland and the march was simply held to provoke the local football hooligans and its exactly what happened.
    (Niall O'Doherty, 29 June 2012 11:14)

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  16. Albanians are not allowing flags, hats, t-shirts etc. I guess Kosovo is democratic and fair after all.
    (MikeC, 28 June 2012 20:22)

    You can imagine the howls of protest from the usual quarters here if Belgrade banned Albanian flags, hats, t-shirts etc. on 28th November next in Presevo or any other city in central Serbia.
    (Niall O'Doherty, 29 June 2012 11:06)

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  17. aaayyy

    NATO and the US didn't promise anything. your fictional sources are just that, fictional
    (Nikolle, 29 June 2012 11:04)

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  18. you're assuming that I'm a Muslim exKfor. well here goes, if B92 will allow it, f... Allah.
    (Nikolle, 29 June 2012 10:59)

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  19. exKFOR, 29 June 2012 08:38)
    why do you criticize others for being on a Serbian website? Afterall you claim you are not Serbian, like the Pope is not Catholic.
    (heyhey, 29 June 2012 10:49)

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  20. Its a tragedy when kids (if the article is correct) are attacking other kids 14 years after the war. It shows us that the mentality that caused the war is still very vibrant. But it is we, the parents, the older brothers and sisters, the leaders, the teachers, of both Serbs and Albanians who have failed these kids, and set the conditions for future wars. Its a tragedy.
    (V Berisha, 29 June 2012 10:38)

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  21. What democracy are you serbs talking about? You won't even let gay people have a parade in belgrade but you expect Kosovo Albanians to let you march around with your little chetnik outfits after committing countless atrocities there a little more than a decade ago.

    Nobody cares about the battle of Kosovo . The wars in Kosovo, Croatia and Bosnia happened two decades ago and the serbs have already started changing history to justify their actions. So what in the world makes anyone think that the serbian account of what took place during the battle of Kosovo is accurate if it supposedly took place more than 600 years ago?
    (Halil, 29 June 2012 10:02)

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  22. "Back in 1998 the Albanian diaspora of N.Y City, alone, raised $2.7 million in cash, for the KLA and it took just one weekend. It is no wonder you Serbs lost the war."
    (The Count of Kosova, 29 June 2012 00:46)

    'Raised'? Better say it like that: Mafia groups pressured all expatriates to pay a 'Kosovo tax' because they didn't want to spend their drug money for it.
    (Just for Info, 29 June 2012 09:42)

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  23. A Serb was arrested because he threw a molotov cocktail buses with serbians. Does this mean that the serbian secret services are involved in throwing serbian buses with molotov cocktail and other things. It is interesting new Milosevic era is coming. Lets see what is going to happen.
    (beni, 29 June 2012 09:33)

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  24. That is really interesting Ecoman. Do you think I can sing LOng live greater Albania whilst holding a pic. of Adem Jasharinand burning the Serbian flag whilst spitting on a picture of Prince Lazar in Belgrade? You make me laugh dude you really do
    (Nikolle, 29 June 2012 00:54)

    Nikolle, NATO/US promised to make Kosovo Serbian/Albanian land, not just Albanian land.
    (aaayyy, 29 June 2012 09:01)

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  25. RTRS reporter Siniša Mihailović said that he heard the KPS members say this was done because in Kosovo and Metohija, "it was prohibited to wear t-shirts with inscriptions in the Cyrillic script", as well as "others' coats-of-arms, or any word that reminiscent of Serbia".

    Then any any words or symbols that reminiscent of Albania should be forbidden too. Forget about Albanian flag.
    (aaayyy, 29 June 2012 08:59)

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  26. Nikolle, is hailing Putin forbidden by Prishtina? Actually I personally don't like him, but it's funny if his hailing is forbidden.
    (aaayyy, 29 June 2012 08:56)

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  27. Back in 1998 the Albanian diaspora of N.Y City, alone, raised $2.7 million in cash, for the KLA and it took just one weekend. It is no wonder you Serbs lost the war.
    (The Count of Kosova, 29 June 2012 00:46)

    Probably those who collected money for the KLA used a little bit different methods of collecting money.
    (aaayyy, 29 June 2012 08:52)

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  28. too bad for Serbs - they should have worn t-shirts in arabic like jihadists recently in SKopje...I have always known that Muslims are islamofacists who consider other people untermensch and in KiM they are executing their policy in an exemplary way, unfortunately for them they do not have any Jews left there...

    hey Montenegrin jihadist - remember that war was started by Muslims in both BiH and in KiM - what goes around comes around, like Muslims did not killed a single Serb kid? Even Croats` in BiH. by the way, for Muslims teens over 15 are grown-up men, ready to wage jihad against infidels, why did you omit that? For Europeans indeed childhood lasts until person attains 18 yrs - just different cultural values.

    In 2004 jihadists in Kosovska Mitrovica used such "kids" as voluntary human shields throwing Molotv coctails and rocks (or as you would say - they were only poor and frustrated ALbanian children playing) while their faters used to shoot at KFOR and Serbs on N side of Ibar.

    You make me laugh dude you really do
    (Nikolle, 29 June 2012 00:54)
    Nikolle, do you really have a time for laughing - that is against Sharia as music is, isn`t it? you should examining your holy book and its bylaws instead and praying all the time instead wasing your time on bloody Serbs`wesite, shouldn`t you?
    (exKFOR, 29 June 2012 08:38)

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  29. (Ecoman, 28 June 2012 23:54)
    You can do those things but something more comparable, organize a group of your friends for a protest carrying flags with Swastikas, and KKK on them and see how quickly you are shut down. It is not illegal to support either of these but if you form groups that are more than likely going to incite trouble you will be stopped.
    (Not quite accurate., 29 June 2012 08:18)

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  30. the olympics are around the corner, and if the Serbian army is given the green light, the top 10 in the 100 metre sprint would be all Albanians, all gold, silver and bronze, sensational for kosovo*
    (jb, 29 June 2012 08:08)

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  31. @MontenegrinLooks like u need a bit of a history lesson..guys like you are who make the front yahoo page..and have ppl buy into your wretched propaganda. First off.. Serbs were subject to massive persecution by the Ottoman turks for centuries. As a matter of fact Bosniaks..as u call them today were Serb converts. Who converted for reasons of a better life..or to keep their life. Serbs were then subject to some of the most gruesome and inhumane death camps in Europe during wW2. and croats led the slaughter..as well as many albanians. So dont tell me that Serbs fifty years later didnt feel the need to defend themselves after years of persecution. Dont feed false lines..all problems start from somewhere..and you need to find the root of the problem before you go making posts. Serbs were allies while ur albo and croat buddies were taking orders from hitler. You need a history book..and fast!
    (Momcilo, 29 June 2012 07:01)

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  32. The Serbs came to provoke, the BBC has a pic of a guy getting off a bus with a T-shirt with Slobodan Milosevic's face on it. They came looking for a fight, they got it.

    "Police said the Serbs, on two buses, were "very aggressive, drunk and were provoking both police and citizens"."
    (ItalianoAmericano, 29 June 2012 06:05)

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  33. Items with religious markings can be seized in Kosovo? Interesting laws must exists in this independent dreams state.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 28 June 2012 17:02)

    Of course items with religious markings cannot be seized in Kosovo because according to Comm. Parrisson the independent Kosovo state only exists in the dreams and dreams can't seize anything, unless it is in the dreams. Have nice dreams dear Comm. Parrisson LOL
    (icj1, 29 June 2012 06:03)

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  34. Montenegrin said, ... "there is nobody to blame, but the serbs themselves."

    Those children on that bus are innocent.

    Your promotion of generalized guilt is just as sick and perverted as the uncivilized individuals who would hit a child with a concrete block.

    The blame belongs to the crimminals, the uncivilized individuals who intentionally injured children riding on a bus.
    (Roger7, 29 June 2012 04:44)

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  35. Provocative messages are banned, duh! These people entered as private members for RELIGIOUS reason (Orthodox Christian holiday) and yet used it as a platform to spew POLITICAL rhetoric.

    I can't imagine how this would have ended if Albanians got to travel to some Serb city with Kosovo's flag (or national flag/Albania's) while singing patriotic songs, UCK t-shirts, swearing in Shqip at local serbs, etc.

    Sincerely,
    (KOSO, 29 June 2012 04:22)

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  36. Throwing concrete block and Molotov cocktails is attack with deadly weapons - those children could have been killed. The attackers should all be in jail.
    (ida, 29 June 2012 04:12)

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  37. The KLA is still extremely powerful and dedicated to eradicating all serbs from kosovo.
    (Brian, 29 June 2012 03:47)

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  38. Keep doing your cowardly acts,your time is coming soon.Who will save you this time?
    (Pete K., 29 June 2012 02:21)

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  39. It breaks my heart knowing that Serbs dont care about Kosovo anymore. Clearly Albanians have tried to kill children in the most cowardly fashion and this incident will most likely be forgotten by the Serbian people in a few days. As I always say, there are 10 million serbs living in the balkans, and not one of them have tried to smuggle weapons into Kosovo so the Serbs can defend themselves.
    (Milos317, 29 June 2012 01:25)

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  40. These acts of attacking buses are bad but, the serb paramilitaries killed albanian children in front of their parents in horrible ways so i dont understand how serbs react when the bus was attacked but never reacted and never said a word to accuse the serb paramilitaries who have massacred children during the Bosnia,Croatia and Kosovo wars.
    In fact, today the serbs were holding pictures of Karadzic, Mladic and Milosevic who are directly responsible for the killing of thousands of innocent children in absolutely horrible ways.
    Just look back serbs, look back what you did in Bosnia, Croatia and Kosovo and you will understand why the buses were attacked.
    It is a sad never ending story of madness that the serbs have put themselves into and there is nobody to blame, but the serbs themselves.
    (Montenegrin, 29 June 2012 01:00)

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  41. That is really interesting Ecoman. Do you think I can sing LOng live greater Albania whilst holding a pic. of Adem Jasharinand burning the Serbian flag whilst spitting on a picture of Prince Lazar in Belgrade? You make me laugh dude you really do
    (Nikolle, 29 June 2012 00:54)

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  42. New York, New York, June 28, 2012 – The Serbian diaspora organization, 28.Jun, today announced the arrival of $1.5 million worth of aid to Gracanica, Kosovo and the successful conclusion of the global 'Boj za Kosovo' campaign. The 9-month long initiative witnessed Serbian communities in over 80 cities across 30 different countries unite in a joint effort to send humanitarian assistance to their homeland.



    Thank you everyone. Kosovo is Serbia
    (28. Jun, 28 June 2012 15:17)


    To 28. Jun,

    I commend your modest efforts to raise $1.5 million worth of aid. What I am surprised at is that it took 9 months for Serbs in 80 cities across 30 countries to accumulate such a paltry sum.

    Back in 1998 the Albanian diaspora of N.Y City, alone, raised $2.7 million in cash, for the KLA and it took just one weekend. It is no wonder you Serbs lost the war.
    (The Count of Kosova, 29 June 2012 00:46)

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  43. Nikolle, in a true democracy, I can sing God save the Queen in Missouri, and the Star Spangled Banner in Kyoto. It does not matter, if you are a truly democratic country. That is what democracy means, you can have your loyalties and sing your songs - it is even encouraged. So please, cut the crap with Albanian Kosovo, Thaci is ruling over a restrictive society, where only Albanian can be spoken, Albanian can be sung, and hopefully, according to him, only Albanians will reside. This is not a democracy. If it was, I could where my Serbian flag around my chest, over a t-shirt written in cyrillic with the words, Kosovo Je Srbija, with a Chetnik hat, and an "KLA sucks" arm band, while I walked around holding my gay mate's hand, if I choose? And the KPS, or Albanian citizens, would not bother me. That would be an independent and democratic KiM. How long before that can happen in Pristina? Not in our lifetime, I am afraid.
    (Ecoman, 28 June 2012 23:54)

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  44. What misinfo. cyrilic was not banned, provocative messages were banned, you know, those singing the praises of Sloba (that though didn't stop them from hailing those famous humanitarians karadzic and mladic and Seselj) as well as hailing Putin and singin anti Albanian songs. Next stem is to ban artifice
    (Nikolle, 28 June 2012 23:02)

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  45. I condone all the violence but today has just been a massive provocation. Let us not forget who threw the first stone.

    The Serbs have been provoking the K-Albanians and the K-Albanians have been just as bad by responding to them.

    Just like the Dublin riots in 2006 when the Loyalists/ Unionists from the North held a demonstration in Dublin, there was bound to be a reaction.

    Today was never going to end well.
    (I am a Serb, a Croat, and a Muslim, 28 June 2012 22:55)

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  46. Petty petty Albanians. I think they are going home to Turkey soon.
    (Zoran, 28 June 2012 22:51)

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  47. Once again despite all the bragging from the safety of the internet, Albanians only are brave enough to attack Serbs if they are children. Otherwise, they can only confiscate T-shirts with images that contradict their views of reality. What a shame Europe wastes so much time and money on these people.
    (Balkan Anthropologist, 28 June 2012 22:43)

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  48. DEMOCRATIC STATE OF "KOSOVA" eeehh.. hahahaha
    (Whatajoke, 28 June 2012 22:37)

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  49. One million Serbs needs to march to the KOSOVO NEXT YEAR!!
    (Aleksandar, 28 June 2012 22:18)

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  50. This makes the Kosovo Albanians to be petty in the extreme and a laughing stock. also Milosevic speech in 1989 was hardly nationalistic.
    (PJD, 28 June 2012 22:12)

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  51. The KPS has new American uniforms but it is still the same old KLA that attacks Serbs at will because the government will do nothing to protect their people. Disgusting!
    (Don C, 28 June 2012 20:18)

    Which government??? WHAT A JOKE. Whole Serbian government and army are a big joke.
    (Agim Kelmendi, 28 June 2012 21:09)

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  52. adem,
    speaking of courage, an ourwhelmingly large majority of albanians ran, ran and ran away in the hundreds of thousands (near millions) as per journalistic truths revealed on this site in 1999 when confronted with an armed policing force. you remember the mass cleansing of nearly 1,000,000 kosovars, broadcast on a tv in your very living room. the one that actually ended up with under 10,000 deaths.
    man, the kosovar olympic team should send in 100 m dashers. all they'd need to do is put him in the minority -- if asd a majority the citizens can move that fast just imagine when they're outnumbered how fast those feet will carry them away.
    just saying... if the little chicked feathers fit... well... you know...
    (medaTheLittleBear, 28 June 2012 21:00)

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  53. This is an example of Albanian tolerance and respect for multi-culturalism? Albanians firebombing Serbian children? Albanians outlawing the Serbian language, alphabet, and culture? This is what the U.S. Government has created, an illegal, criminal secessionist region of Serbia. The United Nations never recognized this illegal Albanian land grab. Under international law and the UN Charter, it is patently illegal and criminal. It is a phony sham maintained by U.S. and NATO guns.
    (Milos Obilic, 28 June 2012 20:49)

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  54. Serbian fantasists on day trip to scene of epic Serbian failure.
    In evening, back to Serbia.
    None stay, no courage, run away to Serbia.
    Wait help from KGB Sultan Putin.
    Life as independent country for Serbs - not possible.
    Need Turkic Pasha like Putin, then life quiet and easy for Serbian.
    (Adem, 28 June 2012 20:10)

    Bitter albanistani queen?
    (Tut Tut, 28 June 2012 20:36)

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  55. Albanians are not allowing flags, hats, t-shirts etc. I guess Kosovo is democratic and fair after all.
    (MikeC, 28 June 2012 20:22)

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  56. The KPS has new American uniforms but it is still the same old KLA that attacks Serbs at will because the government will do nothing to protect their people. Disgusting!
    (Don C, 28 June 2012 20:18)

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  57. Serbian fantasists on day trip to scene of epic Serbian failure.
    In evening, back to Serbia.
    None stay, no courage, run away to Serbia.
    Wait help from KGB Sultan Putin.
    Life as independent country for Serbs - not possible.
    Need Turkic Pasha like Putin, then life quiet and easy for Serbian.
    (Adem, 28 June 2012 20:10)

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  58. RTRS reporter Siniša Mihailović said that he heard the KPS members say this was done because in Kosovo and Metohija, "it was prohibited to wear t-shirts with inscriptions in the Cyrillic script", as well as "others' coats of arms, or any word that reminds of Serbia".

    Milosevic would be proud of them! He was the one who invented the idea to get rid of a language used in Kosovo :)
    (J.Oker, 28 June 2012 19:26)

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  59. Taliban in Pristina already?
    (NoEU, 28 June 2012 19:21)

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  60. Among those who gathered at Gazimestan were members of some right-wing organizations who at the end of the services chanted slogans supportive of war crimes suspects Ratko Mladić and Radovan Karadžić, which prompted Serbian Orthodox Church Patriarch Irinej to intervene and "calm them down", media reports said.


    Either there is something wrong with this news report, bc, I don't see why these hoodlums will chant the name of Mladic and Karagjigj. They have nothing to do with Kosova, but these guys should have gone to Sarajevo and chant and/or praise Mladic and Karagjigj. I couldn't care less for them. Something wrong with this whole picture.
    (Agim Kelmendi, 28 June 2012 19:11)

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  61. And how long to we go back and forth with this payback between Serbs and Albanians, Rocky, like a record long volley between Djokovic and Nedal? No one is changing history here, the Battle of Kosovo Polje happened in 1389, and Serbs cherish and honor this date. Why is that hard for Albanians to accept? The famous dates of Albanian heritage are respected by Serbs in Kosovo, not sure what they are, maybe when NATO started bombing KiM with depleted uranium in 1999 whatever, Serbs respect those Albanian historic dates. Serbs deserve the same. And if a t-shirt is in cyrillic, PLEASE, what is the next step, bowing to any Albanian by a non Albanian? Is this democracy?
    (Winston, 28 June 2012 18:55)

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  62. Serbia, remember 1989 when your slobodan milosevic gave that nationalistic speech? Or maybe you have forgotten! Right after that speech Serbian police went on a brutal Firenze,beating and killing innocent unarmed Albanian men women children & elderly!!! And for what,a battle that a majority of the defending warriors were in fact Albanians!!! Well the independent country of Kosova will let you manipulators of history have your festivitys, but you will abide by the laws of the republic of Kosova,period! In time, I am sure in the future that this day will actually be celebrated by the majority Albanian population, history will be made fact! It's just a matter of a little more time.... Oh,and by the way payback is a b....!
    (Rocky, 28 June 2012 18:13)

    Be carefull what you say Rocky, because I agree with you "Oh,and by the way payback is a b....!" we will see who will pay back whom
    (South Slav, 28 June 2012 18:54)

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  63. RTRS reporter Siniša Mihailović said that he heard the KPS members say this was done because in Kosovo and Metohija, "it was prohibited to wear t-shirts with inscriptions in the Cyrillic script"

    Other muslim countries have Sharia laws and prohibit the possession of a bible, while in Kosovo, the whole Cyrillic font is prohibited. KPS and the 'rule of Kosovo laws'.

    Why not rename this 'country' to Absurdistan? Would suit much better...
    (Comm. Parrisson, 28 June 2012 18:50)

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  64. "The attackers were described as "a group of (ethnic) Albanian youths". Their target was a convoy of school buses leaving Gazimestan."

    The 'playing kids' were using Molotov cocktails now. Who says that Kosovo is not improving? They are moving away from the 'stone age'.
    (J.Oker, 28 June 2012 18:46)

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  65. RTRS reporter Siniša Mihailović said that he heard the KPS members say this was done because in Kosovo and Metohija, "it was prohibited to wear t-shirts with inscriptions in the Cyrillic script", as well as "others' coats of arms, or any word that reminds of Serbia". Hahahahahahahaha, nothing like practicing European values, huh, Albanci? I believe these restrictions are more of a totalitarian state, not a democratic one. Can any EU official please explain why Eulex, etc., allows Albanci to get away with this? Is KFOR backing these actions? Interesting place, this Albanian KiM.
    (Ecoman, 28 June 2012 18:38)

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  66. Serbia, remember 1989 when your slobodan milosevic gave that nationalistic speech? Or maybe you have forgotten! Right after that speech Serbian police went on a brutal Firenze,beating and killing innocent unarmed Albanian men women children & elderly!!! And for what,a battle that a majority of the defending warriors were in fact Albanians!!! Well the independent country of Kosova will let you manipulators of history have your festivitys, but you will abide by the laws of the republic of Kosova,period! In time, I am sure in the future that this day will actually be celebrated by the majority Albanian population, history will be made fact! It's just a matter of a little more time.... Oh,and by the way payback is a b....!
    (Rocky, 28 June 2012 18:13)

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  67. get this pests out of kosovo
    (eric, 28 June 2012 17:48)

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  68. According to reprorts, "special units" have searched all Serbs who came from Gračanica to Gazimestan and seized items with national and religious markings, including t-shirts with disputable writings.

    Items with religious markings can be seized in Kosovo? Interesting laws must exists in this independent dreams state. What comes next? Imprisoning people who carry the bible, like in Saudi Arabia? Congratulations, Kosovo, if this is the face of "young Europeans", then it's the first time I'm happy to be old :)
    (Comm. Parrisson, 28 June 2012 17:02)

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  69. New York, New York, June 28, 2012 – The Serbian diaspora organization, 28.Jun, today announced the arrival of $1.5 million worth of aid to Gracanica, Kosovo and the successful conclusion of the global 'Boj za Kosovo' campaign. The 9-month long initiative witnessed Serbian communities in over 80 cities across 30 different countries unite in a joint effort to send humanitarian assistance to their homeland.

    Encouraged by the success of the 'Boj za Kosovo' campaign, 28.Jun chose the Serbian holiday of Vidovdan to announce an even more ambitious project: 'Srpske zemlje, Srpski rod'. The new initiative aims to send $5 million in humanitarian aid to Serbian people in Serbia, Republika Srpska, Montenegro, Kosovo and Krajina. Three containers, each valuing $1.5 million, will be sent to Serbia, Republika Srpska and Montenegro. Children’s hospitals and refugee shelters are the main candidates to receive the aid in Serbia and Repubilka Srpska while medical centers in regions where the vast majority of the population declared themselves as Serbian are being explored in Montenegro.

    Additional aid in the value of $500,000 will be sent to Serbs in Northern Kosovo and
    Krajina. Extensive surveying has been conducted to determine how to best engage the diaspora and fundraisers are now planned in over 100 cities around the globe where sizable Serbian communities reside. Donations have been pledged by numerous Serbian athletes, celebrities, and businesses.

    Thank you everyone. Kosovo is Serbia
    (28. Jun, 28 June 2012 15:17)

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