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The US Vice President is on a political and personal visit to the Balkans, urging closer regional unity and visiting a road named after his late son, Beau.
Majlinda Kelmendi returned home to Kosovo a new national hero after winning her nation’s first ever Olympic gold medal.
Majlinda Kelmendi has steadily taken the world of judo by storm ever since she burst onto the scene to win the World Junior Championships in 2009.
An opposition MP in Kosovo has used tear gas to disrupt a committee meeting voting on a border agreement with Montenegro.
Kosovo’s parliament building has been the target of an explosive attack, local police say.
The Rio Games will be the first to host athletes competing under the flag of Kosovo, which proclaimed independence from Serbia in 2008.
Kosovo has become the newest member of European football’s governing body UEFA. The country which declared independence from Serbia in 2008 was
“What is happening today again in Kosovo’s parliament is a repetition of violent acts, in the highest institution of the country.” Those were the
Opposition politicians in Kosovo have released tear gas in parliament in the ninth such protest since September, 2015. They also aimed a laser beam
Police have used teargas and water cannon to disperse protesters in Kosovo’s capital city Pristina as Hashim Thaci was elected the country’s fourth
Hundreds of Kosovars have erected tents in Pristina’s main square. They are demanding snap elections and the suspension of a parliamentary vote that
Opposition lawmakers have again let off tear gas in Kosovo’s Parliament. They want the government into block deals with Serbia and Montenegro and
Not for the first time, opposition lawmakers in Kosovo’s parliament have protested at deals with Serbia and Montenegro – by releasing tear gas in the
Tens of thousands have gathered in the Kosovan capital, Pristina, to call for the resignation of the government and early elections. The day marks
Crowds gathered in Kosovo to rally against an EU-brokered deal to give the country’s Serb minority greater local government powers. Opposition
EU envoys have agreed a six-month rollover of the bloc’s economic sanctions on Russia. They were brought in last year over the Ukraine conflict –
An opposition lawmaker in Kosovo appears to have set off a smoke bomb in parliament to disrupt a session. It’s the third such incident in just two
Police are investigating an attack in an ethnically Serb village in Kosovo. Shots have been fired at a house and a car set alight, and a memorial to
Four people have been arrested in Italy and Kosovo on suspicion of being part of a jihadist cell that spread Islamist propaganda and threatened Pope
Kosovo’s parliament was disrupted again on Monday. Members of the opposition have been causing chaos by repeatedly releasing tear gas in protest at
Armed police in Kosovo arrested opposition politician Albin Kurti on Saturday on charges of releasing tear gas in parliament in protest at an
Kosovo’s opposition used tear gas and pepper spray inside parliament and pelted police with rocks and pink paint outside the building in another
Parliament was evacuated in Kosovo after tear gas was sprayed around the chamber. Windows were also smashed and police covered in pink paint. The
Cultural agency UNESCO has narowly voted against granting membership to Kosovo. Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008, a decade after
Kosovo has signed a trade and investment pact with the EU, which is the first step on Pristina’s long road to possible full membership of the bloc
Opposition politicians have again released tear gas to bring proceedings to a halt in Kosovo’s parliament in the latest such protest against an
Teargas has been set off in Kosovo’s parliament. It is the second time this has happened in a week. It is in protest at an EU-brokered deal aimed at
Kosovo MP Albin Kurti has been released by police after being detained for questioning over last week’s incident in parliament when he set off a tear