It's been three months since the election and a government has still not been formed.
It's been nearly three months since elections, but the winning parties just cannot come to a deal.
The election signals a new era for politics in Kosovo, previously dominated by figureheads from the country's late-1990s war.
Themes dominating the poll are rampant corruption, widespread unemployment and sour relations with neighbouring Serbia that it must try to rectify if it wants to pave the way to EU membership.
Eleven years after the declaration of independence, four major European countries still do not recognise Kosovo as a country, which remains an obstacle to its efforts to integrate into European and world organisations.
A film about the war in Kosovo has been submitted for best international feature at next year's Oscars. 'Zana' is inspired by events that happened to the family of director Antoneta Kastrati during the war.
Aridan Arifaj, deputy Chief of Staff to President of the Republic of Kosovo told Euronews that it was critical that Kosovo's political parties formed a government rapidly after snap elections.
Kosovo MPs voted to dissolve parliament on Thursday, paving the way for a national election after Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj resigned last month.
Kosovo's Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj said on Friday he was resigning after being called to The Hague war crimes court linked to Kosovo's independence struggle.
General Wes Clark talked to Euronews about NATO marking 20 years in Kosovo.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton and ex-Secretary of State Madeleine Albright visit Pristina
Jamie Shea was the public face of Operation Allied Force
Tensions rose between Serbia and Kosovo after Kosovo's police said they carried out an anti-smuggling operation in a majority Serb region.
Serbia puts forces on alert after Kosovo police operation in Serb-populated north
Kosovo and Serbia will sit down at the negotiating table once again on Friday to try and find a solution to some of the major political problems blocking normalising relations.
Kosovo has brought back 110 citizens from Syria, including jihadists who fought in the civil war and 74 children.
"We will not allow these venues to be arenas of crime that claim people’s lives,” said the country's prime minister, Ramush Haradinaj.
The UN must urgently provide compensation for minorities placed in toxic Kosovo camps, says UN rights expert.
Living with a disability is challenging, and no more so than for 14-year-old Rijad Mehmeti. Living with cerebal palsy in Kosovo, he dreamed of a magic school where he could enjoy his education. Now, he dreams of equality for all children to enjoy their education, regardless of disability.
Move angers NATO, and Serbia says armed intervention is an option on the table.
Thousands of NATO-led peacekeepers, including U.S. soldiers, have been stationed in Kosovo since 1999.
Kosovo is expected to vote on Friday to form its own army.
Kosovo failed to secure two-thirds of votes needed to join Interpol’s at its general assembly in Dubai on Tuesday.
Talks of partitioning Kosovo from Serbia was called off today in Brussels, dashing hopes of a potential land swap that would resolve a decade-long stalemate between the two countries and risking full EU membership for both nations.
The Turkish president promises Ramush Haradinaj "he will pay" for sacking senior officials after six Turks working in Kosovo were hunted down and deported back to Turkey.
The Prime Minister of Kosovo has dismissed the interior minister and the secret service chief after the arrest and extradition to Turkey of six Turkish nationals