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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.
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.
As the investigation into alleged war crimes committed in Kosovo continues in The Hague, a guerilla fighter turned Prime Minister has resigned but refused to answer questions.
Ramush Haradinaj has resigned due to a new court summons and president Vucic has labelled it a 'political trick' intended to fuel ethnic tensions.
Euronews looks back at one of Europe's most violent conflicts and the tense relations between two nations still at odds.
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.
The leaders of Kosovo and Serbia Saturday voiced their intention to change the border between the two countries. What might this entail and what are the EU's worries about the ramifications for the rest of the Balkans?
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
Days after a coalition party announced it would step down from government, the Kosovan PM’s hold on power has been plunged further into doubt after he claimed he did not know state intelligence arrested six men wanted by Turkey.
It’s not the first time tear gas has been thrown into Kosovo’s parliament. On this occasion it was to delay a vote on a controversial border deal with Montenegro.
Kosovo opposition use tear gas to delay parliament vote on Montenegro border deal
President Hashim Thaci said Kosovo should eventually become part of the EU and NATO, as the country marked a decade of independence from Serbia.
Kosovans took to the streets of Pristina to celebrate a decade of independence from Serbia.
People of all ages join a procession down Pristina's main shopping street, but Serbians remain unhappy at the anniversary
Oliver Ivanovic was killed by unknown assailants on Tuesday in the northern Kosovan town of Mitrovica
Activists are protesting against the prime minister's pay rise after he said he needed the extra money to buy ties and shirts
The public are hoping to elect a government that can improve the Balkan state's impoverished economy and make progress in joining the European Union.
After months of political deadlock, lawmakers vote to dismiss Isa Mustafa's cabinet, triggering a snap election next month.
Kosovo has called for the immediate release of its former prime minister Ramush Haradinaj after his arrest by French police.
The parliament of Kosovo has voted to demolish a concrete wall, deemed to have been erected as an act of defiance by the small Serb community in the northern city of…
In the Balkans, the foreign media played a key role in raising awareness about the bloodshed taking place in the region, and in influencing international public opinion regarding a military interventi
An opposition MP in Kosovo has used tear gas to disrupt a committee meeting voting on a border agreement with Montenegro.
Protesters tried to disrupt the ceremony in Pristina by letting off tear gas canisters