Associated Press: EU Mission Helps Kosovo With Database on War Crimes

Associated Press: EU Mission Helps Kosovo With Database on War Crimes. “The European Union’s mission in Kosovo said Monday it has assisted the country’s police in developing a database to help investigate war crimes. The EU Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo, or EULEX, reconfigured its mandate in 2018 and handed over all its files, including around 400 war crime cases, to the government.”

VOA: US Ships Pfizer Vaccine to Kosovo amid Delta Variant Surge

VOA: US Ships Pfizer Vaccine to Kosovo amid Delta Variant Surge. “Thursday, the United States plans to ship 35,100 doses of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to Kosovo through COVAX, the United Nations vaccine-sharing mechanism, a White House official told VOA. The doses are part of the purchase of half-a-billion Pfizer doses secured by the Biden administration earlier this year.”

A beer coloured trademark, Changsha IP court opens, and Kosovo registry launches digital database: news round-up (World Trademark Review)

World Trademark Review: A beer coloured trademark, Changsha IP court opens, and Kosovo registry launches digital database: news round-up. “It was formally announced this week that the Kosovo Industrial Property Office has launched an online database of its trademark and patents. At the moment the database is available only in the Albanian language, however the Google Chrome browser allows the page to be translated to a user’s local language.”

Balkan Insight: Database of Missing from Yugoslav Wars to be Created

Balkan Insight: Database of Missing from Yugoslav Wars to be Created. “The 14th regional conference on the exhumation and identification of people who disappeared in the 1990s wars, held in Belgrade on Friday, was told that a unique database of missing persons will be established in The Hague. Representatives of the Bosnian, Croatian, Kosovo, Montenegrin and Serbian governments, as well as some international organisations, have agreed to participate in the project, said a representative of victims’ families’ associations.”