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Serbia Press Review - January 8, 2013

Progressives to call early elections. Arrests Mar Kosovo Serbs' Orthodox Christmas. Albanians in South Serbia fear violence.

Belgrade

BLIC

The Progressives, the biggest party of the ruling coalition, have decided that early parliamentary elections will be either in April or September this year. The timing depends on development of negotiations with Kosovo and the EU.

VECERNJE NOVOSTI

Ceremonies to mark Orthodox Christmas at churches and monasteries in Kosovo were shadowed by detentions and protests.

DANAS

Ethnic Albanians in South Serbia fear violence following the Serbian govt. announcement to remove a memorial to ethnic Albanian fighters in the Presevo Valley breaks international law.

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