The UN has called for probe into prison break. UN officials have requested an independent inquiry into how seven inmates at Kosovo's high-security prison managed to escape with the help of prison guards. The inquiry would look into conditions at the prison and ensure that safeguards are put in place to prevent a repeat of the past weekend's events. There is little hope that the inmates will be discovered in Kosovo as it is thought that they have already slipped across the porous borders to Macedonia or Montenegro.
Last night, I tried out a restaurant called Mozaik (038 247 634) near the "opera house" off of Ramiz Sadiku street. It's hard to describe exactly how to get there, but if you were walking on Mother Theresa going towards the government building, you would turn off to the right on a small road once you passed the large statue of the guy with the AK-47. When you reach the end of that road, turn left and then turn right at the end small road. Mozaik would be right in front of you as the road jogs off to the side since there is a huge red apartment building in the middle :) We didn't actually look at the menu since a friend suggested that we order salads and meat to share. The waiter was quite attentive and the food was fantastic. The salads were quite impressive especially the creamed spinach and broccoli starters. The combination meat platter was nice and the grilled veal cutlet I had was cooked to perfection, tender and juicy! We must have drank about 5-6 bottles of the Hoya de Cardenas wine from Spain which I would recommend to wine lovers...at 12 Euros a bottle, you can't go wrong with this superb wine.
I also noticed that the Indian Food & More restaurant (038 248 592/044 799 791) was open and grabbed a menu as we walked past. The restaurant is just off of Mother Theresa on a small road called Korriku (first right going towards the government building after passing the AK47 guy statue). There is everything from pizza to traditional curry dishes on the menu. I can't yet attest to the quality of the food but I'm hoping to try it out in the next few weeks.
MTCowgirl's Daily News Break ...
- The Washington Post takes a look at Albin Kurti who continues to remain under house arrest.
- The Wall Street Journal asks if Moscow's support for Serbia is paying off, questioning whether or not diplomatic support has been traded for economic prospects.
- A senior Russian leader urges the world to resolve older self-determination conflicts (Palestine, Cyprus, Soviet-bloc) before Kosovo
- Under-Secretary Nicholas Burns says that US hopes Kosovo will be independent in 2007
- BIRN looks at how the Bosniak and Goranci communities in Kosovo are struggling