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Monday 10 July 2006
Remarkable performances by the women's and men's double scullers and the men's pair contributed to a fine British result in the final round of the World Cup.
Monday 13 March 2006
Tuesday 25 October 2005
Monday 24 October 2005
Monday 12 September 2005
Monday 17 January 2005
Monday 25 October 2004
A Serb boycott of Kosovo's general election increased tension between ethnic communities yesterday, raising the prospect that ethnic Albanian leaders may declare unilateral independence if the United Nations fails to define the future status of the troubled Balkan province.
Saturday 23 October 2004
Some 1.3 million voters go to the polls today in Kosovo, in elections that are being hailed by observers as a step towards independence for the province.
Tuesday 27 July 2004
Nato forces and United Nations police in Kosovo were responsible for a "catastrophic" failure to protect minority communities during the upsurge of violence earlier this year, a report claimed yesterday.
Monday 07 June 2004
Hundreds of outraged Serbs gathered yesterday in the village of Gracanica in Kosovo to protest against the murder of a Serb teenager amid fears of more ethnic turmoil in the United Nations-governed territory.
Wednesday 26 May 2004
Fevered speculation over who will be the next governor of Kosovo enveloped the capital, Pristina, yesterday, after an official announcement that Finland's former prime minister, Harri Holkeri, is stepping down on health grounds.
Wednesday 24 March 2004
Kosovo was mourning the murders, looting and arson that shattered the fragile reconciliation process of the Albanian and Serbian communities when the Nato secretary general flew in this week to declare that such violence would not be tolerated again.
Sunday 21 March 2004
Five years of efforts at reconciliation between Albanians and Serbs following the savageries of their internecine war have been destroyed in three days of murderous violence here in Kosovo.
Saturday 20 March 2004
Thursday 18 March 2004
At least eight people were killed and hundreds injured yesterday in violent clashes between Serbs and ethnic Albanians in the divided Kosovo town of Kosovska Mitrovica.
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