News Alert: Family law cases + Serbs refuse tax paying + war crimes + Lybia connection …

++ OSCE Mission in Kosovo concerned about handling of family law cases – The OSCE Mission report “Adjudication of family law cases in Kosovo: Case management issues” points out that courts in Kosovo are failing to adequately adjudicate family law … ++ Serbs from northern Kosovo refuse to pay taxes to self-proclaimed state About a thousand people who gathered in Zubin Potok on Friday sent out a message that they would not pay taxes  … ++ Amnesty International urges Serbia to do more to punish war criminals ++ Amnesty International urged Serbian authorities on Thursday (February 24th) to “redouble their efforts” to bring to justice all those guilty of killing Kosovo Albanians and the subsequent cover-up of the crimes. … ++ Libya’s Balkan connections He even aligned himself with the Orthodox Serbs against Bosnia’s and Kosovo’s Muslims. Serb-Libyan ties remain strong. So strong, in fact, that on Tuesday Dragan Sutanovac, the Serbian minister of defence, was forced to describe as “total stupidity” … ++

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