1. "As if Albanians would ever give anything of their a Serbian name.
    Get real and try again.
    (Peggy, 30 June 2014 13:26)

    Well, wrong again. The Sports and Youth Palace in Pristina is named Boro Ramiz.......named after two WWII partisans, 1 Serbian and 1 Albanian
    (Sorry Peggy, 30 June 2014 14:44)

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  2. Have you ever heard of Bill Clinton Ave in Prishtina?
    You're free to think it belongs to the USA.
    (cry me a river, 27 June 2014 15:14)
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    As if Albanians would ever give anything of their a Serbian name.
    Get real and try again.
    (Peggy, 30 June 2014 13:26)

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  3. Robert,
    I would argue that Serbs are trying it to assimilate/ethnically cleans the Kosovo population for centuries, to no avail. With already two Albanian states in the region and another country in which they are state forming entity (FYROM), also the demographic trends in the region against Serbs ( you know the saying"demography is destiny) your threats do not make even for a good joke.
    (Brandon, 29 June 2014 00:13)

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  4. The difference between Albanians and Serbs is we arrest our terrorists and you protect them and consider them heroes.
    (cry me a river, 27 June 2014 03:00)

    No, you elect them to office and make heroes out of those killed in combat. You don't arrest anyone.
    (Navi, 28 June 2014 06:38)

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  5. Using Wikipedia as your reference to support demographic history is convenient but not credible.
    If you want to be believed, you need to use a source that is accepted as factual.
    (Geneva resident, 28 June 2014 00:59)

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  6. @MikeC,
    Have you ever heard of Bill Clinton Ave in Prishtina?
    You're free to think it belongs to the USA.
    (cry me a river, 27 June 2014 15:14)

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  7. KILL THESE TRAITORS OF PEACE!
    ETHNICITY IS OF NO VALUE WHEN YOU ARE EVIL.

    /Illyrian from DRENICA
    (AlbanianValues, 27 June 2014 14:56)

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  8. Nikolle, Your forefathers did the same during the Ottoman occupation and both World Wars, they couldn't imagine kosmet would ever be ruled by Serbia again. It is good for you and yours to practice your Serbian, because you know she will be back. Just ask grandpa.
    (Robert1899, 27 June 2014 12:31)

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  9. @MikeC
    you know what, I could give you the rational answer (place names say who the ruling people are/were nothing else) but I instead will antagonise you, we will be calling them Serbian names just to annoy you, basically to make you feel that its Serbian, but its not yours anymore. no other reason. so in that spirit, hello form Kosmet!
    (Nikolle, 27 June 2014 11:59)

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  10. Ðeneral Jankovic! A town in Kosovo with a Serbian name. I thought Kosovo has always been albanian? How come villages, cities, rivers and mountains in Kosovo all have Serbian names? I think we all know the answere to that question.
    (MikeC, 26 June 2014 18:12)

    The real name for the town and the common English Language name for the town is "Elez Han".

    The original name for the town is "Sharr", which is an Ottoman word.

    In 1914 the town was renamed after Božidar Janković, which was rather insensitive considering his role in the colonisation of Kosovo including crimes against Albanians as well as his role in the expulsion of Albanians from Prizen in 1912-13 where at least 5,000 Albanians were massacred and many more were forced to leave Kosovo. The old Serbian name 'Đeneral Janković' no longer has offical status in Elez Han.

    Serbs virtually have no history what-so-ever in Elez Han.

    As to your question why "villages, cities, rivers and mountains in Kosovo all have Serbian names", the reason why is for the same reason why they have Albanian, Turkish and even English names.

    But for some reason B92 English likes to use Serbian names and use Serbian spellings instead of English language names and English language spellings for towns and cities in Kosovo.
    (Ian, UK, 27 June 2014 11:41)

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  11. Is one of these men THAI if not you do not have to look very far.Just look in the small town call Pristina,LOL I ment Capital Pristina in Kosovo,which is in Serbia, LOL it is part of Serbia.Do I have to draw the map for you?
    (blogging, 27 June 2014 09:41)

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  12. These guys came back from fighting in Syria and are associated with ISIS jihadist. Wake up Europe.
    (Roger7, 27 June 2014 03:16)

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  13. The difference between Albanians and Serbs is we arrest our terrorists and you protect them and consider them heroes.
    (cry me a river, 27 June 2014 03:00)

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  14. Đeneral Janković! A town in Kosovo with a Serbian name. I thought Kosovo has always been albanian? How come villages, cities, rivers and mountains in Kosovo all have Serbian names? I think we all know the answere to that question.
    (MikeC, 26 June 2014 18:12)
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    Give them time, they are a little slower than their Bosnian brothers. It will be all changed soon.
    (Peggy, 27 June 2014 01:45)

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  15. It's the war in Syria, and now Iraq, which is radicalizing Balkan Muslims even more. The imams are recruiting for the war and even some women are going (such as the teen Bosniak-Austrian girls who took a flight for Turkey and have since disappeared). I'll be the real number of Balkan Muslims involved is in the thousands now, not just the hundreds.
    (ida, 27 June 2014 00:46)

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  16. Heck, Pristina is awash with terrorists!!!
    (robert1899, 26 June 2014 21:37)

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  17. albanians looking for terrorists? Oh the irony lol :-)
    Its well known that Kosovo is a safe haven for criminals, terrorists and drug dealers.
    If albanians are seriously looking for terrorists, all they have to do is look to their heroic leader, Thaci (aka The Snake) or his friends Ramush Haradinaj or any of the tens of thousands of albanian terrorists who freely walk the street of Kosovo with blood on their hands.
    (So sad, Too bad, 26 June 2014 20:37)

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  18. "Đeneral Janković in southeastern Kosovo."

    Đeneral Janković! A town in Kosovo with a Serbian name. I thought Kosovo has always been albanian? How come villages, cities, rivers and mountains in Kosovo all have Serbian names? I think we all know the answere to that question.
    (MikeC, 26 June 2014 18:12)

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