VOA’s Jeff Swicord visited Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo to examine radical extremism in the Balkans. This is the third of three parts. The text message read, “Tonight is the […]
VOA’s Jeff Swicord visited Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo to examine radical extremism in the Balkans. This is the second of three parts. In ...
The European Union signed on October 27 2015 a Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) with Kosovo, opening the way for reforms and trade and in ...
Opposition politicians in Kosovo used tear gas again inside the parliament building Friday to protest agreements with Serbia and Montenegro. Before th ...
An opposition MP, Albin Kurti, threw teargas in the Kosovo parliament chamber on October 8 to try to prevent the voting on laws on the day’s agenda. IBNA learns that two […]
Economic activity in the SEE6 South East European countries is picking up speed, and growth in the region is expected to average 1.8 per cent in 2015, compared to only […]
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 reservoir that supplies large parts […]
Five European Union member states that have not recognised the 2008 unilateral declaration of Kosovo’s independence are under pressure to change their position. Slovakia, Greece, Cyprus, Romania and Spain were […]
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 Yugoslav republic. The messages and their […]