Gordana Igric

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Kosovo Serbs: Little Protection And Less Aid

Most Kosovo Serbs living in Kosovo today are preoccupied with their own fears, losses and fury, and cannot understand Albanian suffering. As the societies separate further, misery on both sides only grows.

10 Nov 05

Alleged 'Assassins' Were No Strangers To France

France has dismissed Serbian claims of a French plot to kill Slobodan Milosevic. They may find it harder to explain their links with some of the alleged assassins arrested this week. For there is really is a French connection.

10 Nov 05

'Controlled' Chaos In Kosovo

On December 13 the UN witnessed a pact setting up an Interim Administration with space for both Hashim Thaci and Ibrahim Rugova around its table. But can more Albanian involvement in the executive halt the escalating violence plaguing the province?

10 Nov 05

Serbia Acts on Mladic Demand

Four new indictments are served by The Hague as pressure grows for the capture of the number one war crimes suspect.

6 Sep 05

Kosovo Serbs: Little Protection And Less Aid

Most Kosovo Serbs living in Kosovo today are preoccupied with their own fears, losses and fury, and cannot understand Albanian suffering. As the societies separate further, misery on both sides only grows.

17 May 05
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