Serbian gendarmerie have removed a provocative monument dedicated to the so called Liberation Army of Preševo, Medveđa, and Bujanovac (UCPMB) as the deadline that the government has given to the local authorities has expired on January 16th.
"Former UCPMB commander Orhan Rexhepi told reporters at the scene that this was a “historic day” because “Bujanovac and Preševo will become a part of Kosovo”. He also thanked Serbia “for giving Albanian councilors in three municipalities in southern Serbia a reason to voice their opinion on territorial autonomy”. The monument honoring members of the so-called Liberation Army of Preševo, Medveđa, and Bujanovac (UCPMB) was erected in November 2012. Serbian top officials said it would have to be removed by January 17, when the fourth round of the Belgrade-Priština negotiations was scheduled. The now disbanded ethnic Albanian group in 2000 and 2001 launched attacks against policemen, soldiers, and civilians in southern Serbia, and was considered a terrorist organization. 
Now, as usual Serbs are accused of not caring for human rights and this will probably result in even more Serbian tombs and churches in Kosovo and Metohija desecrated by Albanians (or someone acting as them).
Provocation ----> Fear ----> Violence ----?