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Kosovan Monasteries

Anyone who knows me at all knows I am a freak for old architecture, the older the better. These are some great examples of venerable old buildings, monasteries, in Kosovo. Enjoy.

Serbia Remembers The Disappeared

We must not forget all those who went missing during the Balkan conflicts of the 1990s or the Serbs in Kosovo who were victims of organ trafficking. My heart goes out to their families.

Firefighters Hurt in K. Mitrovica Explosions

3 January 2009 | 10:58 -> 15:37 | Source: B92, Beta KOSOVSKA MITROVICA — Six firefighters have been injured last night in northern Kosovska Mitrovica in an explosion that took place as they put out a fire. Doctors speak to reporters in northern Kosovska Mitrovica on Saturday (Tanjug). The incident happened in the Bosnjacka Mahala […]

U.N. Accepts Serbia’s Proposal

The UN General Assembly voted today on Serbia’s resolution that the International Court of Justice will decide on the legality of the independence of Kosovo. 77 countries voted yes (in favor of Serbia), 6 voted no (against the Serbian resolution), and 74 countries abstained. The votes of the countries that abstained did not count in […]

A Voice of Reason in the Fog

Jonathan Davis puts forth a rare positive view of the Serbian people in this Kosovo conflict. Bravo, Jonathan. Among the gems of wisdom in this article: For the last 15 years decent Serbs have been in exactly the same position as that of decent Muslims since 9/11. In the case of Muslims the actions of […]

Tit for Tadic

My friend, Alex updates me on the situation there in Serbia with regard to the newly-declared independence (cough) of Kosovo. Tonight there is violence in the capitol city of Belgrade as angry Serbs, mostly young soccer fans, stormed several embassies (including the U.S. Embassy) and set them ablaze. At least one person is dead as […]

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