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A Serbian court releases three Kosovo police officers and allows them to return to their country after they were detained earlier in June and charged with illegal possession of weapons and explosive devices.
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Kosovo has tightened its border controls after claims three police officers were kidnapped by Serbian forces but Belgrade has rejected the suggestion.
Serbia and Kosovo exchange barbs after border policemen are arrested
Kosovo PM Kurti called it an act of aggression against the country, while Serbia insists it was conducting an anti-terrorist action, after three policemen were arrested on the shared border on Wednesday.
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A Turkish commando battalion has arrived in northern Kosovo in response to a request from NATO for more troops to help quell violent unrest between ethnic Serbs and Albanians.
PM Kurti accuses Belgrade of whipping up tension in northern Kosovo
Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti has accused Belgrade of orchestrating violence and dissent in the north of his country, where ethnic Serbians boycotted municipal elections in April and then demanded the removal of elected ethnically Albanian mayors.
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Kosovo tensions: France and Germany call for fresh elections
France and Germany led a diplomatic push to reduce ethnic tension in northern Kosovo by calling for a re-run of April elections largely boycotted by Serbs.
Efforts to defuse Kosovo crisis intensify amid more protests
The leaders of Germany and France will lead a renewed diplomatic push to defuse tensions in Kosovo on Thursday. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron plan to meet the leaders of Serbia and Kosovo at a summit in Moldova.
NATO condemns violent clashes in Kosovo
Serbia slammed NATO-led peacekeepers stationed in neighbouring Kosovo for their alleged failure to stop "brutal actions" by police against ethnic Serbs.
Watch: Ethnic Serbs clash with police in northern Kosovo
Ethnic Serbs clashed with police again in northern Kosovo over the election of ethnic Albanian mayors who they say are 'illegal and illegitimate.'
NATO sends 700 more troops to Kosovo to help quell violence
NATO chief Jen Stoltenberg warned troops “will take all necessary actions to maintain a safe and secure environment for all citizens in Kosovo.”
Serbia border force on high alert after clashes inside Kosovo
President Aleksandar Vučić said that, because of “violence” against Kosovo Serbs, Serbia demanded that NATO-led troops stationed in Kosovo protect them from the Kosovo police.
Serbs clash with police in nothern Kosovo
In Kosovo, groups of ethnic Serbs have clashed with police in several northern municipalities as they attempted to prevent elected Albanian officials from taking office.