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Rep. Eliot Engel [D-NY] honored with a Kosovo stamp bearing his image.
Tomislav Nikolic: Despite pressure, Serbia will not recognize independent Kosovo; Iran will continue nuclear development.
PA official tells 'Al-Hayat' Palestinians weighing other options at UN if statehood plan fails, says "we don't want Israel preparing fight against us."
Many journalists who are committed to candid reporting in Kosovo and other Balkan countries feel unsafe, as it has become normal to be threatened and even physically attacked.
By ALON BEN-MEIR,ARBANA XHARRA
In recent weeks, a number of commentators have urged Israel to recognize the independence of Kosovo, the renegade province which has been seeking to break away from Serbia.
By MICHAEL FREUND
Despite Ambassador Levy’s warmly received presence, Israel stands with many of its own enemies in not recognizing Kosovo.
By DENIS MACSHANE
The media never considered the huge disparity between the number civilian casualties in Libya and Kosovo compared to zero NATO casualties.
By MAURICE OSTROFF
The Serbs will be the ones fingered, yet again, for causing problems – since that’s whom NATO troops are being pitted against as they extend the thugocracy to the north.
By JULIA GORIN
"Can someone please explain to me why we have to move the clocks before Yom Kippur? Everyone I ask seems to be as clueless as I am."
By JERUSALEM POST READERS
The road to a free Catalonia and a chaotic Europe may have begun in Kosovo, but there is no telling where it will end.
The Serbs and the Jews share very common histories as historically persecuted peoples.
Fundamentally Freund: During the 1990s, many American Jews rallied behind Bosnia and Kosovo, in effect viewing Serbia as a lost cause.
Both demographically and politically, the republic has a precarious present and an uncertain future.
By SRDJA TRIFKOVIC
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