Dusan Stojanovic

Croats in shock after dramatic loss to Turkey

The last two minutes of Croatia's Euro 2008 loss to Turkey will torment Croatia coach Slaven Bilic for the rest of his life.

Nato closes roads between Serbia and Kosovo

Nato peacekeepers closed off roads between Serbia and northern Kosovo and armed United Nations police officers guarded smouldering border checkpoints on Wednesday as thousands of Serbs protested against Kosovo's independence. For three days, Kosovo's Serbs have shown their anger over Sunday's declaration of independence.

Milosevic’s death casts shadow on war-crimes tribunal

The stock of Slobodan Milosevic had already been rising among Serbs who watched his feisty performances at his war-crimes trial at The Hague. His death now makes him a martyr -- and brings into serious question Belgrade's future cooperation with the war-crimes tribunal.

13 killed after bus hits landmine in Afghanistan

A bus carrying people to a picnic area hit a land mine in central Afghanistan, killing 13 passengers and injuring six others, a UN official said on Sunday

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