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Kasha Rigby Cause of Death and Obituary: How did Kasha Rigby Die?

The Sentinel Newspaper 16 Feb 2024
According to reports, Kasha Rigby suffered severe bleeding and died due to internal injuries on her chest and lungs in an avalanche in Kosovo. Her death was confirmed on Radio Free Europe by a police spokesman for the region.
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UN to hold an extraordinary session on Kosovo at Serbia's request

Anadolu Agency 07 Feb 2024
Serbia’s foreign minister said Tuesday that the UN Security Council will hold an extraordinary session on Kosovo on Thursday. Ivica Dacic told state-run Radio Television of Serbia (RTS) that the session will be held at 9 p.m.
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Western countries urge Kosovo to postpone decision to replace Serbian dinar with euro

Anadolu Agency 29 Jan 2024
... for decisions to be implemented in order to mitigate the impact those decisions will have on its citizens," said a statement issued by the US Embassy in Kosovo, as reported by Radio Free Europe (RFE).
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US urges Kosovo to reconsider replacing Serbian dinar with euro

Anadolu Agency 24 Jan 2024
... to be implemented in order to mitigate the impact those decisions will have on its citizens," according to a statement issued by the US Embassy in Kosovo, as reported by Radio Free Europe (RFE).
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Taking the Swiss pulse – from Kosovo

Swissinfo 10 Nov 2023
Many opinion surveys for the Swiss research institute GFS are carried out by a call centre in Kosovo ... A private Zurich radio station plays softly in the background. Kosovo calling ... Only it is... .
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WNY Chamber Orchestra and piano soloist Adam Maltz to perform at SBU

Olean Times Herald 06 Oct 2023
His recent guest engagements have included The Three Tenors concert in Tirana, Albania, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the independence of Kosovo, as well as appearances with RTSH Radio Orchestra ...
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Serbia denies role in deadly clashes in Kosovo

Anadolu Agency 28 Sep 2023
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic on Wednesday denied allegations of Belgrade's role in deadly weekend clashes in Kosovo ... Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008 and gained recognition from many countries.
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Kosovo police kill at least 3 armed attackers during hours-long standoff

Egypt Independent 25 Sep 2023
“Three gunmen have been killed, two gunmen and four suspects have been arrested, the latter were found in illegal possession of radio communications, and who are suspected of being related to a terrorist group,” said Kosovo police in a Facebook post.
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Gunmen in northern Kosovo clash with authorities after ambush, says PM

The Observer 24 Sep 2023
Gunmen holed up in a northern Kosovo monastery have clashed with authorities, according to the country’s prime minister, hours after a police officer was killed when a patrol was hit by an ambush involving firearms and explosives.
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From Clive Myrie to Danny Cipriani: new books reviewed in short

New Statesman 13 Sep 2023
... who arrived in Britain in the early 1960s, looks back at his achievements – from local radio in Bristol to Tokyo, Kosovo, LA, Paris, Ukraine, and the News at Ten desk for the BBC – and ponders.
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CPJ joins letter of concern about Kosovo’s banning of Serbian reporter Svetlana Vukmirovic

CPJ 07 Aug 2023
... on Tuesday, August 1, to request an explanation as to why reporter Svetlana Vukmirovic working for public broadcaster Radio Television of Serbia is not allowed to enter Kosovo to do her work.
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Turkey 'Unacceptably' Supplying Kosovo With Weapons - Serbian Defense Official

Urdu Point 18 Jul 2023
It enhances the risks and the threat, first of all, for the Serbian population of Kosovo and Metohija, and for the entire Republic of Serbia," Starovic said in an interview with Radio Television of Serbia.

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