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Sparks fly as Kosovo police increase presence in Serb-majority north
The months-long spat has brought tensions between ethnic Serbs and Albanians to unprecedented levels and led to protests, property damage and attacks on police officers.
Kosovo Serbs gather in latest protest after quitting institutions
Hundreds went to the streets on Sunday in the ethnic Serb-majority municipality of North Mitrovica after the latest spat between Belgrade and Pristina endangered the EU and US-led dialogue between the two sides.
Deadline looms for ethnic Serbs to switch to Kosovo-issued car plates
Kosovo's PM Albin Kurti first announced the implementation period to be over at the start of September but has later extended the deadline to 31 October.
Denmark agrees €15 million deal to rent prison cells in Kosovo
The inmates will be sent to a prison in Gjilan – a town located some 50 kilometres from the capital Pristina, starting from 2023.
Kurti's comments spark pessimism in Belgrade over Kosovo-Serbia talks
Serbia has not reacted well to an interview Kosovo election winner Albin Kurti gave to Euronews.
Kosovans vote for new govt to tackle COVID-19 and corruption
The new government will be tasked with restoring Kosovo's pandemic-hit economy and tackling corruption across the nation.
Santas gather in Pristina to raise money for those hit by pandemic
People in Kosovo gathered in central Pristina to hold the annual Santa Claus mini-marathon and raise money to help those affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Serbia and Kosovo's leaders agree to meet in person for Brussels talks
European Union officials praise the two sides, but neither appeared to shift their position on Serbian recognition of Kosovo
Kosovo’s fate in the Western Balkans will determine the future stability of Europe | View
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.
Kosovo MPs vote to dissolve parliament, paving way for election
Kosovo MPs voted to dissolve parliament on Thursday, paving the way for a national election after Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj resigned last month.
Former General marks 20 years since NATO forces arrived in Kosovo
General Wes Clark talked to Euronews about NATO marking 20 years in Kosovo.
Juncker visits Kosovo amid EU accession talks
The European Commission president has made his first official visit to Kosovo as part of his Western Balkans tour. It comes as the union is locked in talks with Kosovo to join the bloc.
Kosovo celebrates ten years of independence
The tiny Balkan nation is planning a host of parties of banquets to mark its separation from Serbia