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Laura Rozen
16 Nov 05
The prosecution of a Kosovo Albanian human rights activist on terrorism charges has exposed serious gaps in the rule of law in Serbia.
Laura Rozen
16 Nov 05
While most Kosovo Albanians celebrate an end to the war, the agony goes on for more than 2,000 Kosovo Albanians held in Serbian jails.
Laura Rozen
16 Nov 05
Most of Pristina's remaining Serbs are elderly women. Yet they are still targets for "revenge" attacks.
Laura Rozen
16 Nov 05
While the UN recruits staff to govern Kosovo, the KLA has appointed its own local administrations throughout the province.
Laura Rozen
16 Nov 05
While the UN recruits staff to govern Kosovo, the KLA has appointed its own local administrations throughout the province.
Laura Rozen
10 Nov 05
Fifty-four Kosovar Albanians were released Tuesday from a Serbian prison and allowed to return to their families in the province, but a leading rights activist says the UN authorities must do more to help.
Laura Rozen
10 Nov 05
Iconoclastic Serb nationalist Vuk Draskovic - ever ready to evoke centuries of Ottoman Turkish rule over his motherland - visited Istanbul last week with offerings for the OSCE, new navigators of Serb destiny.
Laura Rozen
10 Nov 05
Abducted by a special team of Serbian policemen on December 3 and since held incommunicado, Teki Bokshi, the Kosovar Albanian lawyer who has led efforts to free some 2,000 ethnic Albanians still held in Serbian jails, now shares their uncertain fate.
Laura Rozen
6 Sep 05
There's growing public disillusionment with the Serbian opposition's campaign to oust President Slobodan Milosevic.
Laura Rozen
17 May 05
While the UN recruits staff to govern Kosovo, the KLA has appointed its own local administrations throughout the province.

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