Contrary what Doug Muir predicted few months ago, Kosovo prime minister Ramuz Haradinaj is going to contribute to ethnic diversity and multiculturalism in a little piece of Holland.
Russian forces have killed Aslan Maskhadov, former president of Chechnya and moderate leader of Chechen rebels, thus putting the peaceful solution of Chechnyan conflict firmly in the realms of theoretical speculation.
Carla del Ponte, chief ICTY prosecutor, has sent the letter to EU governments claiming that Croatian government efforts to apprehend General Gotovina were "insufficient", thus making sure that accession negotiation won't start on March 17th.
Vladimir Šeks (Vladimir Seks), speaker of Croatian Parliament, has formally identified the body of his son Domagoj Šeks (Domagoj Seks), while Croatian media receives another set of contradictory information – according to some, the young man simply drowned; according to others, Indian police suspects some of his friends were involved in his death.
FC Chelsea knocks Barcelona out of Champions League in one of the most dramatic games in the history of that competition.
Needless to say, I would very much like to blog about those and other stories, but this was one of those days when I simply didn't have sufficient time.