Manchester Aid To Kosovo

JosephineManchester Aid To Kosovo, a charity which for the last ten years provided aid to the areas of Kosovo worst affected by the war with Serbia, will release a compilation, entitled Ten, curated by The Travelling Band’s Jo Dudderidge. The album features various Manchester-based musicians who work with the organisation, including Elbow, Badly Drawn Boy and Doves. A number of these artists will also take part in two shows in Manchester and London next month. Performing at both shows will be Badly Drawn Boy, Jim Noir, Liz Green, Gideon Conn, Josephine Oniyama, Jo Rose, The Travelling Band and Silverclub, with special guests announced on the night: 4 Apr: Manchester, The Deaf Institute, 7 Apr: London, Union Chapel. More here!

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  • Kosovo is not Catalonia, Kosovo's Thaci tells absent Spanish PM Rajoy - EURACTIV 18/05/2018
    EURACTIVKosovo is not Catalonia, Kosovo's Thaci tells absent Spanish PM RajoyEURACTIVPristina 'understands' the decision of Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy not to attend the EU-Western Balkans summit in Sofia, but “Kosovo is not Catalonia”, Kosovo's President Hashim Thaçi told EURACTIV.com. “Of course, under no circumstances, can ... […]
  • Kosovo jails eight for plotting to attack Israeli soccer team in 2016 - Reuters 18/05/2018
    ReutersKosovo jails eight for plotting to attack Israeli soccer team in 2016ReutersThe prosecution said some of the defendants received orders to carry out an attack from Lavdrim Muhaxheri, a prominent Islamic State member from Kosovo and the self-declared “commander of Albanians in Syria and Iraq”. Muhaxheri was killed in Syria, ...Kosovo sentences 8 for pl […]
  • One woman's drive to rebuild her nation — through the stars - USA TODAY 15/05/2018
    USA TODAYOne woman's drive to rebuild her nation — through the starsUSA TODAYFORT DAVIS, Texas — On a clear night over the Davis Mountains in early May, a woman far from her home in Kosovo climbed a ladder at the annual Texas Star Party to peer into a large telescope. She was hunting for an asteroid named after her. Pranvera ...
  • Interview: Serbia's Vucic insists 'I'm obsessed with Kosovo' - Financial Times 15/05/2018
    Financial TimesInterview: Serbia's Vucic insists 'I'm obsessed with Kosovo'Financial TimesOnce an ultra-nationalist, the president now sees EU membership as a catalyst for reform.New EU focus on Kosovo provides Pristina and Belgrade with historic opportunity – UN officialUN NewsHow Serbia's Chief Changed His Tune on KosovoBalkan Insi […]
  • Elsinore CoE meeting hears Kosovo joining would be "wrong" - B92 - B92 18/05/2018
    B92Elsinore CoE meeting hears Kosovo joining would be "wrong" - B92B92Serbia's first deputy PM and foreign minister spoke on Friday at the ministerial meeting - during which Croatia took over from Denmark the chairmanship of the ...and more »
  • Kosovo's bitter enemies look to heal old wounds - The Guardian 28/04/2018
    The GuardianKosovo's bitter enemies look to heal old woundsThe GuardianĐurić was in Kosovo, which Serbia still officially regards as its province, to tour a microbrewery producing beer named in honour of a medieval battle which is key to Serbia's emotional attachment to Kosovo. He also visited a spa resort, under ...Kosovo, NATO Conduct Training Ex […]
  • Kosovo wins first ICSID award - CDR News Magazine 15/05/2018
    CDR News MagazineKosovo wins first ICSID awardCDR News MagazineThe International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) has dismissed an arbitration claim for EUR 380 million against Kosovo, made by a German investor, which alleged that the government had violated a contract by refusing to sell a ...
  • Kosovo sentences 8 men for plotting to attack Israeli soccer team - The Jerusalem Post 18/05/2018
    Kosovo sentences 8 men for plotting to attack Israeli soccer teamThe Jerusalem PostPRISTINA - A court in Kosovo sentenced eight men to jail on Friday on terrorism charges for plotting to attack the Israeli national soccer team in Albania in 2016. The court in the capital sentenced the defendants who are all from Kosovo to a total of ...
  • Kosovo Works on 'Plan B' to Develop Army - Balkan Insight 17/05/2018
    Balkan InsightKosovo Works on 'Plan B' to Develop ArmyBalkan InsightThe daily newspaper Koha Ditore reported on Thursday that Kosovo's government has started working on a “plan B” to transform the current lightly armed Security Force, KSF, into a regular army. According to the newspaper, the plan envisages a 10-year ...Pristina "initiates […]
  • Now is chance for Kosovo deal, says Serbian president – but at what cost? - The Guardian 26/04/2018
    The GuardianNow is chance for Kosovo deal, says Serbian president – but at what cost?The GuardianClaiming to have shed many of his former nationalist views, and brushing off accusations of authoritarianism, he is now seen by the international community as the man who could sign an agreement that would eventually bring reconciliation over Kosovo.EU's Tus […]

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  • Kosovo is not Catalonia, Kosovo's Thaci tells absent Spanish PM Rajoy 18/05/2018
    Kosovo's President Hashim Thaci smiles during a round table meeting at an informal European Union summit with Western Balkans countries at the National Palace of Culture in Sofia, Bulgaria, 17 May 2018. On the left is Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
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    Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, left, speaks with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras during a round table meeting of EU and Western Balkan heads of state at the National Palace of Culture in Sofia, Bulgaria, Thursday, May 17, 2018. less Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, left, speaks with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras during a round table meeting of […]
  • Crime, Punishment, And Collective Memory In Serbia 16/05/2018
    It barely made the news in Serbia when Sasa Cvjetan was released from custody in late April, having served just over two-thirds of his 20-year prison sentence. Cvjetan had been a member of a notorious Serbian paramilitary unit known as the Scorpions, linked to atrocities committed during the wars in Bosnia and Kosovo in the 1990s.

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