The European Union and the United States have welcomed Kosovo Parliament’s vote Monday to establish a special war crimes court to prosecute former Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) guerrillas as a […]
Police in Kosovo said Saturday that they had cut off drinking water to much of the capital, Pristina, after arresting three terror suspects near a res ...
Five European Union member states that have not recognised the 2008 unilateral declaration of Kosovo’s independence are under pressure to change the ...
From Athens to Belgrade, Pristina and Sofia to Tirana, all of Macedonia’s neighbours have had something to say about the troubles in the former ...
Kosovo will file a lawsuit against Serbia for genocide and the damages caused during the war in 1998 and 1999, where 10 000 Albanians of Kosovo were killed and 1700 others went […]
Kosovo marks on February 17 2015 the seventh anniversary of the proclamation of independence, one of the most important dates in the history of the country. Contrary to other years, this […]
Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev held talks with the presidents of four Balkans countries who attended the February 1 state funeral in Sofia of Zhelyu Zhelev, Bulgaria’s first democratically-elected president, who […]
The International Olympic Committee has officially recognized Kosovo, paving the way for the former Serbian province to compete in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro as an independent country. […]
With 73 votes in favour, 38 against and two abstentions, the parliament of Kosovo voted on December 9 2014 to approve the new government of the country led by prime minister […]
Serbia’s prime minister clashed with his visiting Albanian counterpart Monday in Belgrade over the independence of Kosovo, which was a province of Serbia until 2008. Just before a televised joint […]