Youngest International Olympic Committee member state Kosovo got a first visit from the president, Thomas Bach, on Saturday. The IOC gave the former
Jubilant throngs gathered around gigantic letters spelling “NEWBORN,” when Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008. Today, there’s a new
Serbia and Hungary are demanding the European Union does more to stop what they described as an “exodus of migrants” from Kosovo. More than 30,000
Kosovo has sacked one of its government ministers after he described Kosovo Albanians as savages when they protested at Serb pilgrims marking
Police in Kosovo fired volleys of tear gas and used water cannon on Tuesday (January 27) to disperse thousands of anti-government protesters
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
Irregularities at the EU’s anti-corruption mission to Kosovo first surfaced two years ago but a report into the allegations is missing, it’s been
Kosovo on Tuesday gained full membership of the International Olympic Committee and therefore will be eligible to compete at the 2016 Rio Games
Kosovo’s two main parties have signed a coalition deal to end six months of wrangling since an inconclusive election. The agreement involves former
The authorities in Kosovo have destroyed more than 2,000 rifles and small firearms as part of an effort to improve security in the Balkan country
A Euro2016 qualifier betweeen Serbia and Albania was called off on October 14, 2014, after fights among players and supporters, sparked by a drone
Around 130,000 passengers pass the Merdare crossing point between Kosovo and Serbia everyday.
What makes it special is that both Serb and Albanian
By granting greater autonomy to Serbian municipalities in northern Kosovo, the EU-brokered accord between Belgrade and Pristina sets a precedent in
Serbia’s government is left facing difficult decisions after the collapse of talks with neighbouring Kosovo.
The country does not recognise
The European Parliament has just voted to ask the International Olympic Committee to allow Kosovan athletes to take part in the London Olympic Games
The field of grief – that is what they call the biggest Albanian cemetery of civilian victims from the Kosovo war.
But more than 10 years on, the