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Bosnian Serb leader Karadzic launches appeal to overturn war crimes convictions

THE HAGUE, The Netherlands – Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic launched an appeal against a sentence for genocide and war crimes at the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (MICT) in The Hague, Monday. “We are here today to ask you to overturn Radovan Karadzic’s conviction and order a new trial,” said Peter Robinson, […]

Rising tensions see Serbia acquire Russian MiG fighter jets

BELGRADE, Serbia – Serbia’s military has received four MiG-29 fighter jets from Belarus, Serbian Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin said in an interview with the Serbian Politika daily on Sunday. “Under an agreement between Serbian President Alexandar Vucic and Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, Belarus has given us fighter jets and we are very thankful to it […]

Balkans take “fire” – Serb fighters “lock” Albanian targets

BELGRADE, Serbia – There is a growing concern about the eruption of an entire military situation between Serbia and occupied Kosovo. Serbia’s defense ministry announced on Thursday that the Air Force with its aircraft flights will fly to southern Serbia (Presevo), giving a simple ultimatum to the whole situation in the region that is “constantly […]

New police training centre opens in Serbian heart of Bosnia, Banja Luka

BANJA LUKA, Republic Srpska – President of Republic Srpska Milorad Dodik, Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic and Minister of Interior Dragan Lukac officially opened a new police training centre in Banja Luka on Wednesday, marking Republic Srpska’s Police Day. Republic Srpska is an autonomous Serbian region of Bosnia and Herzegovina. On the occasion, dozens of new […]

Is Kosovo a protectorate of Turkey in the Balkans? The puppets of Erdogan

ATHENS, Greece – Strong reactions have been sparked in the Kosovo Parliament following the recent incident with the kidnapping of the six Turkish teachers of the Mehmet Akif college, funded by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s sworn enemy, Fetoulah Gullen. In particular, the Turkish secret services, MIT (Milli Istihbarat Teshkilat), in cooperation with the state secret […]

NATO’s April Fools Award: Serbia vs Kosovo

Op-ed by Ronald Thomas West – A former Special Forces Sergeant of Operations and Intelligence, West is a retired investigator and longtime international fugitive due to his anti-corruption work crossing Condoleeza Rice. He writes out of hope on Sundays and spite on Mondays. Not sure what to make of this Saturday piece …. * Squatters crossed Serbia’s property line, threw […]

Putin to Serbia: Within hours I can send forces to defend Serbs in Kosovo

MOSCOW, Russia – Rapid developments stem from Putin-Vucic’ communication after the episodes in North Mitrovica/Kosovo. “Do not have any doubt that I will send immediate forces if necessary. I will not leave my most important partner and ally in Europe defenseless,” the Russian president stressed in his Serbian counterpart and now we are heading for […]