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Coercion complaints underscore challenge to EU's Kosovo accord

17 Nov 2013

MITROVICA, Kosovo Low turnout and complaints of coercion in a re-run election in northern Kosovo on Sunday underscored the challenge facing the European Union in implementing an accord designed to end the country's ethnic partition.

Coercion complaints underscore challenge to EU's Kosovo accord

17 Nov 2013

MITROVICA, Kosovo Low turnout and complaints of coercion in a re-run election in northern Kosovo on Sunday underscored the challenge facing the European Union in implementing an accord designed to end the country's ethnic partition.

Voters allege coercion in Kosovo ballot central to EU accord

17 Nov 2013

MITROVICA, Kosovo Ethnic Serbs trickled to polling stations in northern Kosovo on Sunday in a re-run that is central to a plan brokered by the European Union to end the country's ethnic partition but has been marred by what locals said was coercion to vote.

Kosovo Serbs, NATO troops hurt in gun fight

01 Jun 2012

ZVECAN, Kosovo At least three Kosovo Serbs and two NATO soldiers were wounded in a gunfight on Friday as peacekeepers tried to dismantle roadblocks erected last year by local Serbs, a Reuters witness and NATO said. | Video

Kosovo Serbs, NATO troops hurt in gun fight

01 Jun 2012

ZVECAN, Kosovo At least three Kosovo Serbs and two NATO soldiers were wounded in a gunfight on Friday as peacekeepers tried to dismantle roadblocks erected last year by local Serbs, a Reuters witness and NATO said.

Kosovo Serbs and NATO troops clash in tense north

01 Jun 2012

ZVECAN, Kosovo At least three Kosovo Serbs and a NATO soldier were wounded in a gunfight on Friday, as peacekeepers tried to dismantle Serb barricades blocking traffic, a Reuters witness said.

Kosovo Serbs and NATO troops clash in tense north

01 Jun 2012

ZVECAN, Kosovo At least three Kosovo Serbs and a NATO soldier were wounded in a gunfight on Friday, as peacekeepers tried to dismantle Serb roadblocks blocking traffic, a Reuters witness said.

Kosovo Serbs and NATO troops clash in tense north

01 Jun 2012

ZVECAN, Kosovo At least five Kosovo Serbs and a NATO soldier were wounded in a gunfight on Friday, as peacekeepers tried to dismantle Serb roadblocks blocking traffic, a Reuters witness said.

Kosovo Serbs hold referendum on Pristina government

14 Feb 2012

MITROVICA, Kosovo Ethnic Serbs in northern Kosovo voted Tuesday in a referendum on whether to recognize the government in Pristina, which they have ignored since Serbia's former province became independent in 2008.

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