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.
Despite pushback from the UK and France, Germany's Social Democrat Party wishes to extend the halt on arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
A refugee family in the Netherlands, who were being protected from deportation by a continuous church service, has been pardoned
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A church in the Netherlands has been conducting a service for over 700 hours in order to protect a refugee family from deportation.
US government charges seven Russian intelligence officers with hacking reports AP.
After the OPCW votes for the right to assign blame for chemical weapons attacks, Russia says only the UN Security Council should have such powers
Some former prisoners of war say justice has only partially been done.
The Dutch were in for a treat on day two of the International Judo Federation’s Grand Prix in The Hague.
Officials are quoted as saying the Hague-based tribunal is not "truly independent" and has not lived up the hopes of the international community.
An historic trial opens in the International Criminal Court in The Hague this Monday, historic for several reasons.
Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic has been found guilty of 10 of 11 charges by UN judges at the International Criminal Tribunal for the
Former Bosnian Serb leader given 40 year prison sentence
Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic was due to learn his fate later on Thursday (24 March) when the International Criminal Tribunal for the
Some are angry, some are sad and some are simply indifferent. What difference, if any, will a verdict make for Srebrenica?
Judge Theodor Meron has presided over the International Criminal Court for the former Yugoslavia for the past five years. A court which has managed
Since 1993 the International Criminal Tribunal of the former Yugoslavia in the Hague has sought to bring to justice perpetrators of atrocities during
Back in the 17th century there was no such thing as a smartphone, but selfies did exist in a way. The Mauritshuis museum in The Hague currently has an exhibition showcasing such images.
A man accused of ordering the destruction of historic buildings in Timbuktu in Mali has appeared before the International Criminal Court in The
Rebel Serb leader Goran Hadzic has arrived in Belgrade after being granted temporary release on medical grounds by the International Criminal
A Serbian politician, charged with war crimes, has been ordered to return to The Hague for allegedly breaching the terms of his compassionate
Hague Court rules that both Croatia and Serbia committed crimes during breakup of Yugoslavia but they did not amount to genocide
The International Court of Justice in the Hague (ICJ) will today hand down its ruling on duel claims of genocide by Croatia and Serbia dating back
The UN war crime tribunal (ICTY)in the Hague has upheld sentences of five men convicted over the 1995 Srebrenica massacre. They had been appealing