Kosovo will play its first FIFA-approved soccer game when it plays Haiti on March 1.
Local elections results from Kosovo show a hard-line Kosovo Serb has been elected mayor of northern Mitrovica after a prolonged electoral race that was soured by the killing of one candidate and the arrest of another.
Kosovo has been marking the six-year anniversary of the ethnic Albanian leadership’s declaration of independence of the Balkan territory.
Serbia's war crimes court has found nine former Serb paramilitaries guilty of the killings of more than 120 ethnic Albanian civilians during the Kosovo war.
Pending legislation seeking to bring Kosovo's “noise pollution” standards in line with EU norms has come under criticism from Kosovo’s Muslim community, which fears it would inhibit traditional calls to prayers.
The rector of Pristina University has resigned from his post after clashes on February 7between police and protesters.
Tensions were high in Kosovo's capital Pristina early on February 8, a day after police used tear gas and pepper spray to disperse students demanding the resignation of a university dean.
Police in Kosovo's capital, Pristina, have used tear gas and pepper spray to disperse students demanding the resignation of a university dean.
One of Russia's most controversial public officials has opened a new human rights organization in Kosovo that aims to monitor alleged rights abuses and provide aid to ethnic Serbs in Kosovo.
The prime ministers of Serbia and Kosovo say the process of normalizing relations between Belgrade and Pristina has benefited both sides.
Appeals judges at the UN war crimes tribunal in The Hague have reduced the sentences of three high-ranking Serb political, military, and police officials for atrocities committed against ethnic Albanians during the 1998-99 conflict in Kosovo.
Unknown assailants have shot dead a local Serbian politician in the ethnically divided northern town of Mitrovica.