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An opposition MP in Kosovo has used tear gas to disrupt a committee meeting voting on a border agreement with Montenegro.
“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
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
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
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
Parliament was evacuated in Kosovo after tear gas was sprayed around the chamber. Windows were also smashed and police covered in pink paint. The
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
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
An opposition lawmaker in Kosovo appears to set off a smoke bomb in parliament. Albin Kurti is against an EU-brokered deal to improve relations
Kosovo’s Prime Minister Isa Mustafa was pelted with eggs by a protester on Tuesday as he made a speech. It’s the second time the premier has been
Lawmakers pelted Kosovo’s prime minister with eggs on Tuesday (September 22) as he addressed parliament, protesting over a deal with Serbia that
Opposition politicians have launched eggs at Kosovo’s prime minister in protest at an EU-brokered deal giving greater local powers to minority Serbs
Parliament in Kosovo has approved a constitutional amendment that will allow a special court to be set up to prosecute former leaders over alleged
The EU has failed to lay the foundations for fighting corruption in Kosovo, a report has concluded. Law professor Jean-Paul Jacqué said corruption
Though the past is difficult to forget at times, Serbia has its sights on the future. In this edition of The Global Conversation Isabelle Kumar meets Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic to talk Kosovo, EU membership and press freedom.
Equipped with thermal imaging cameras, police teams monitor migrant activity on the Serb-Hungarian border.
Kosovo has sacked one of its government ministers after he described Kosovo Albanians as savages when they protested at Serb pilgrims marking
Riot police and anti-government protesters fought running battles on Tuesday in what has been described as Kosovo’s worst unrest since it
Kosovo’s new prime minister was sworn in on Friday, six months after the June 8 general election. The outgoing prime minister, Hashim Thaci, will
Kosovo’s two main parties have signed a coalition deal to end six months of wrangling since an inconclusive election. The agreement involves former
At least nine Muslim clerics have been detained in Kosovo. The arrests are part of an ongoing operation to stem the flow of young ethnic Albanians
Police in Kosovo have fired teargas and rubber bullets at ethnic Albanians rioting in the divided town of Mitrovica. The violence broke out when
Kosovo’s ruling party of Prime Minister Hashim Thaci has claimed victory in an election marked by a low turnout. Frustration with widespread