A consensus to isolate the group is fraying due to the lack of political results.
Together with a new report from the International Crisis Group, the accusation suggests Belgrade is actively undermining Kosovo's independence.
Cairo is working hard for a cease-fire, partly to curb Iran's growing clout.
The Greek Cypriot president meets Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Talat Friday to discuss the renewal of reunification talks.
The clash between UN peacekeepers and Serb protesters at a Mitrovica courthouse could bolster hard-liners in Belgrade ahead of May elections.
Distrust of the provincial government runs deep in certain regions.
The $100 million effort stretches across 450 towns and is part of a growing push for corporate social responsibility.
Prime Minister Kostunica dissolved the coalition government Saturday after a bitter standoff between hard-line radicals and pro-European forces.
Latest missile strike at the East Africa nation, aimed at a suspected Al Qaeda operative, keeps terrorists off balance. But some say US should do more to nation-build in Somalia.
Kofi Annan's persistence yields a power-sharing deal between Kenya's President Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga.