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Kosovo News

Kosovo gets new government, ends political crisis

Pristina - Kosovo's lawmakers on Tuesday backed a new coalition government led by veteran politician Isa Mustafa, ending a six-month political crisis in the former Serbian province.

Kosovo set to name new PM to end lengthy political crisis

Pristina - Kosovo's two main political parties Monday struck a surprise deal calling for the nomination of veteran politician Isa Mustafa as prime minister, in a move to end a nearly six-month political crisis.

Kosovo mired in worst political crisis since independence

Pristina - Just when Kosovo appeared to be heading for a degree of stability and normalcy, feuding politicians and fresh corruption scandals have plunged the fledgling Balkan nation into its worst political crisis to date.

Kosovo foreign minister visits rival Serbia as tensions ease

Belgrade - Kosovo's foreign minister made a landmark visit to Serbia on Thursday, the first since the former Serbian province unilaterally declared independence in 2008 to the fury of Belgrade.

Serbia to decide on Albanian PM visit after football mayhem

Belgrade - Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said Friday he was undecided whether his Albanian counterpart should go ahead with a planned historic visit after violence halted a Serbia-Albania football match this week.

Serbia condemns Albanian flag drone stunt

Belgrade - Serbia's foreign minister said Wednesday an incident in which a pro-Albanian flag flown by a drone sparked violence on and off the pitch at a football match against Albania was a "political provocation".

Balkans launch fight against jihadist recruitment

Pristina - With the world on high alert over foreign fighters joining jihadist ranks in Syria and Iraq, Balkan states are launching efforts to clamp down on recruiting in their region, considered fertile ground by Islamists.

Top Kosovo ex-fighters face organ trafficking, war crimes indictment

Pristina - Several leaders of Kosovo's 1990s guerrilla army, some of them now senior officials, face possible indictment for crimes against humanity including murder and organ trafficking, an EU probe found Tuesday.

Angry Kosovo Serbs call Serbian president 'traitor'

Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic was booed during a visit to Kosovo on Saturday by ethnic Serbs who accused his government of betrayal for agreeing to normalise relations with the breakaway state.

Violence in flashpoint Kosovo town over bridge blockade

Kosovo police fired tear gas on Sunday to disperse stone-throwing protesters who set alight police cars demanding the removal of a barricade on a bridge linking ethnic Albanians and Serbs in the divided town of Mitrovica.

Violence in flashpoint Kosovo town over 'plant pot' blockade

Kosovo police fired tear gas on Sunday to disperse stone-throwing protesters who set alight police cars demanding the removal of a plant pot barricade on a bridge linking ethnic Albanians and Serbs in the divided town of Mitrovica.

Kosovo PM condemns 'flower blockade' in flashpoint town

Pristina - Kosovo's prime minister called on Thursday for the removal of a blockade of flower pots on a bridge linking ethnic Albanians and Serbs in the flashpoint town of Mitrovica.

Kosovo Serbs replace barricade with flower boxes in flashpoint town

Kosovska Mitrovica - A barricade that symbolised the angry refusal of ethnic Serbs in northern Kosovo to merge with the rest of the country was removed on Wednesday after three years and replaced with flower boxes.

Kosovo PM Thaci's party claims victory in early polls

Pristina - The Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) of Prime Minister Hashim Thaci claimed victory in Sunday's snap legislative elections, with electoral officials saying preliminary results showed the PDK in the lead.

Kosovo polls seen as key test for EU ambitions close

Pristina - Kosovo's snap parliamentary election passed off peacefully on Sunday with Serbs in its restive northern region taking part for the first time in a possible boost for the country's EU hopes.

Kosovo power plant blast kills three

At least three people were killed and many more were injured in a suspected gas explosion at a major power plant outside the Kosovo capital Pristina on Friday.

Kosovo power plant blast kills three

At least three people were killed and many more were injured in a suspected gas explosion at a major power plant outside the Kosovo capital Pristina on Friday.

Tony Dovolani talks about his 'Dancing with the Stars' experience Special

Tony Dovolani is a professional ballroom dancer who appears on the hit ABC reality dancing competition "Dancing with the Stars."

Exhumation of suspected mass grave begins in Serbia

Belgrade - Forensic experts began exhumation work Wednesday on a suspected mass grave in Serbia believed to contain remains of ethnic Albanians killed during the 1998-1999 Kosovo war, officials said.

Reluctant Kosovo approves war crimes court

Pristina - Kosovo's parliament on Wednesday approved the creation of an international war crimes court to investigate allegations against ethnic Albanian guerrillas during their conflict with Serbia in the late 1990s.

EU to set up international court for Kosovo war crimes

Pristina - The European Union said on Saturday it plans to set up an international court in Kosovo to deal with alleged crimes committed by ethnic-Albanian guerrillas during the war with Serbia.

Historic Balkan Accord on the Table

Brussels - Today, the world watches as the Prime Ministers of Serbia and Kosovo sit down at the negotiation table and attempt to come to a historic agreement regarding the Serb minority in the north of Kosovo.

Albanian prime minister causes diplomatic incident in Greece

Tirana - Remarks made by the prime minister of Albania on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Albanian independence from Ottoman rule, have soured diplomatic ties with Greece.

'Bizarre' King Zog's remains repatriated to Albania

Tirana - The remains of Europe’s strangest monarch, King Zog I of Albania, were exhumed in France and repatriated to Albania on Thursday last week.

Op-Ed: EU-mediated Kosovo-Serbian Peace Talks

On October 22, 2012, the Kosovo police clashed in Pristina, Kosovo’s capital, with nationalist demonstrators who were protesting against the European Union (E.U.)-mediated discussions with Serbia.

Young girl rescued from Kosovo avalanche

An avalanche in Kosovo has taken the lives of 9 people during the coldest winter Europe has seen in years upon years. Luckily a young girl was able to survive the ordeal and was even released from the hospital after being trapped under 33 feet of snow.

Residential property prices up more than 10% in Albania

Albania's Central Bank announces a sharp increase in residential housing prices in the latest piece of good news from the former Communist country.

Serbian military call-up notices spark fear and anger

Fear and anger is spreading among young Serbian men as the Defence Ministry in Belgrade has begun issuing call-up papers telling people to join the military reserves and report for basic training.

London mayor under fire after 'Kosovo social cleansing' remark

London - London mayor Boris Johnson has been criticised by Prime Minister David Cameron and those within the coalition government over remarks made regarding planned cuts to social housing benefits in London.

Trade Mission Builds Bridges Between U.S. and Kosovo Special

Washington - Sixteen individuals from the Republic of Kosovo traveled to the U.S. earlier this summer to participate in a Trade Enhancement and Education Mission, commonly known as a Trade Mission.
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