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Scholz asks Belgrade, Pristina to resolve Kosovo independence dispute
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Kosovo's government says it will apply to join the Council of Europe
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has said that his government will strongly object to Kosovo joining the organisation.
Germany calls for Serbia and Kosovo to return to negotiating table
"I want to contribute to the countries of the Western Balkans becoming members of the EU, and the precondition for peace and stability in the region is the agreement between Belgrade and Pristina."
Ukrainian women train demining in Kosovo
In Kosovo, far from their homeland, Ukrainian women undergo intensive demining courses to help their country remove numerous planted or abandoned explosives, a process that will most likely last for decades after Russia's invasion ends.
Denmark agrees €15m deal to send 300 foreign prisoners to Kosovo
Danish authorities had initially announced plans to rent prison cells in the small Western Balkan country in December.
Serbia and Kosovo in talks to resolve number plate dispute
It comes after a temporary deal -- which allowed vehicles to cross the border if state symbols on the number plates were covered up -- expired.
Kosovo border police targeted with 'grenade and AK47', authorities say
No one is reported to be injured in the incident early on Friday morning.
Serbian intelligence denies alleged murder plot on Swiss prosecutor
Dick Marty had investigated war crimes during the Kosovo War for the Council of Europe.
Kosovo's PM says polling stations will be closed in Serbia elections
Ethnic Serbs in Kosovo were previously able to vote in Serbian elections but the Prime Minister says voting can only take place at a liaison office and maintains that the elections breach Kosovo's sovereignty.
Ethnic Serbs caught in the crossfire amid Kosovo-Serbia voting row
Kosovo PM Albin Kurti says Serbia is trying to organise elections on its territory "as if our government did not exist”.
Kosovo Serb protest calls for voting rights in Serbia’s election
Demonstrators gathered in Mitrovica with banners reading “We want our human rights”.
Kosovo remembers Madeleine Albright, the autocrat's worst enemy | View
Albright stayed true to her conviction that people were entitled to decide their own fate no matter who their neighbors happened to be.
Kosovo's parliament rejects new law recognising same-sex civil unions
It would have been the first time a Muslim-majority country allowed same-sex civil unions.
In Kosovo, fears that Russia could inspire a new Serbian offensive
Serbia's 1998 invasion of Kosovo was fuelled by the same toxic nationalism that is behind Putin's assault on Ukraine.
EU mission to boost police officers in Kosovo amid war in Ukraine
A further 92 officers from Portugal, France and Italy will be temporarily deployed to Kosovo in the coming weeks.
Could Sundance stormer 'Hive' be Kosovo’s first-ever Oscar contender?
Blerta Basholli kicked off 2022 with a triple-sweep of awards at Sundance. Now, an Academy Awards run for the home-grown drama looks likely.
Kosovo stops Serbian trucks carrying ballot papers at border
Kosovo says that Serbia cannot distribute ballot papers to minority voters.
Denmark agrees €15 million deal to rent prison cells in Kosovo
The inmates will be sent to a prison in Gjilan – a town located some 50 kilometres from the capital Pristina, starting from 2023.
Denmark plans to rent 300 prison cells in Kosovo to ease overcrowding
The cells will be used to house foreign prisoners who are due to be deported after serving their sentences.
Four ex-Serbian officers convicted of 1999 journalist's murder
The four men were sentenced to a total of 100 years in prison for their involvement in the killing.
Gunman opens fire on bus in Kosovo, killing 3, wounding 1
“There is no reason to believe it was a terrorist act," police said.
Kosovars get COVID vaccine after Friday prayer at mosques
Kosovo’s health authorities are trying a new technique to persuade people to get the COVID-19 vaccine — cooperating with the Muslim community at Friday prayers.
Përparim Rama elected new mayor of Pristina
Rama defeated former health minister Arben Vitia from the governing left-wing Self-Determination Party, or Vetëvendosje, of Prime Minister Albin Kurti.
Kosovo boxers stopped at Serbia border before championships
Kosovo had planned to send three competitors to the AIBA World Championships in Belgrade.
Kosovo's president orders two Russian diplomats expelled
President Vjosa Osmani attributed the decision to their alleged “harmful activities that risk endangering national security and the constitutional order” of Kosovo.
After seven years, a rare trial for EU-funded Kosovo war crimes court
The court has indicted six former KLA figures for war crimes, torture and murder Hysni Gucati and Nasim Haradinaj are charged with leaking documents.
Centre-right opposition lead in Kosovo local election — early results
With almost all of the vote counted, preliminary results show that over half of Kosovo's communes will need a runoff in a month to elect their mayors.