press review 30 Nov 12

Serbia Press Review - November 30, 2012

Nikolic: Serbs should leave Hague prison. Nikolic's son appointed coach of Serbia national football team for players U16. Haradinaj may become PM.

Belgrade

VECERNJE NOVOSTI

Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic said following the Haradinaj acquittal from the Hague that all Serbs should leave the UN war crimes court. He also said that the verdict has united the Serbs.

BLIC

Branislav Nikolic (33), younger son of Serbia President Tomislav Nikolic was appointed this autumn coach of Serbia national football team for players U16 by decision of Board for Emergency Issues of the Football Association of Serbia, FSS. More than a year ago he became chief man of the program for players born in 1997.

DANAS

Hague Tribunal has acquitted Ramush Haradinaj of all charges of committing war crimes during the Kosovo conflict of the late 1990s. He may become next Kosovo PM.

Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.

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