President George Bush said on a visit to Africa that the United States "will continue to work with our allies to make sure there's no violence in Kosovo."
The European Union approved Saturday a civilian police and justice mission to help enforce the rule of law in the Serbian province of Kosovo, expected to declare independence on Sunday. The EU mission, known as EULEX, is to be deployed over four months,
US police authorities have identified the gunman, who killed five students before turning a weapon to himself, in a shootingopened at a university near Chicago, as a former student Stephen Kazmierczak, BBC reported Friday.
Kosovo is to declare independence from Belgrade at 5 pm local time on Sunday, Russian news agency Ria Novosti reported. The source of information is a spokesman of Kosovo's Prime Minister, the agency said.
Serbia's newly re-elected president, Boris Tadic, was formally sworn in Friday for a new, five-year term in office. Tadic was inaugurated at a ceremonial session of parliament, attended by top officials, diplomats, Serbian Orthodox Church dignitaries and
Serbia and Russia urged the UN Security Council to oppose Kosovo's planned unilateral declaration of independence, slamming the move as a violation of international law. "The Republic of Serbia shall never accept any violation of its territorial integrit
A young gunman stormed a lecture hall at Northern Illinois University on Thursday and shot 21 people, five of them fatally, before killing himself. The shooting took place in an afternoon geology class when the gunman, all dressed in black and carrying a
The Security Council of the United Nations is going to hold a special closed meeting Thursday evening in anticipation of the unilateral declaration of independence of the Serbian breakaway province of Kosovo. The meeting is convened at Serbia's special r
Hollywood director Steven Spielberg has withdrawn as an advisor to the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games protesting over China's support of the Sudanese government and the escalating violence in the Darfur region. "Sudan's
Senator Barrack Obama won another triple victory in the Democratic primaries for the presidential nomination, in the states of Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia.
Four US F/A-18 fighters intercepted two Russian Tu-95 bombers as one of them buzzed above the US aircraft carrier Nimitz, and another flew some 90 km away from it in the Pacific on Saturday.
The US government announced Monday that it is to seek death penalty against six suspects in the 9/11 attacks although attorneys claimed such a trial could leave the detainees looking like martyrs to their supporters, CNN reported. A military commission t
Hundreds of university students rallied in Belgrade, calling for Serbia's fast integration in the European Union. Students' organisations that started the protests demanded Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica's resignation if he fails to sign an associatio
Thousands of Iranians participated in rallies in cities all over the country celebrating the 29th anniversary since the revolution on February 11, 1979, which brought down the government of Shah Mohamad Reza Pehlavi, and gave birth to the present Islamic
Russia's First Deputy Prime Minister Sergey Ivanov said Sunday that if the European Union recognized independent Kosovo, it had to do the same with Northern Cyprus.
Several days after the Super Tuesday on which half of USA voted in primaries, Senator Barrack Obama cemented his lead before Senator Hillary Clinton in the number of states he has won in the Democratic Party's presidential candidacy race. On Saturday Oba
Shuttle Atlantis has started docking at the the International Space Station (ISS), where it is to deliver Europe's Columbus science laboratory, which will make the European Space Agency a full member of the orbital project, BBC reported Saturday.
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