Election officials in Kosovo on June 26 confirmed the results of recent parliamentary elections, setting a deadline for a new government to be formed.
Kosovo police in Mitrovica have clashed with Kosovo Albanian protesters on the main bridge that links the two sides of the ethnically divided city.
Serbs in Kosovo have again blocked a bridge in the divided town of Mitrovica, one day after removing a barricade across the span.
Serbs in Kosovo’s ethnically-divided town of Mitrovica have dismantled a barricade that had been blocking the main bridge for three years.
Police said Elvis Pista, parliamentary candidate from the party of Kosovar Prime Minister Hashim Thaci, was shot four times as he left a restaurant in the southern town of Rahovec early on June 15.
The European Union has extended its rule of law and justice mission in Kosovo by two years, until June 2016.
In a new report, Freedom House says Russia is playing a "pivotal role" in a continuing decline in democracy among the countries of the post-Soviet sphere.
Three opposition parties in Kosovo have agreed to unite and plan to form a government following the June 8 parliamentary election.
Actress and UN envoy Angelina Jolie and British Foreign Secretary William Hague have opened an international summit in London to focus attention on the rape of women in war zones and conflict areas.
Kosovo's Prime Minister Hashim Thaci has begun searching for coalition partners after his Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) won the most votes in June 8 parliamentary elections.
The ruling Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) has declared victory in Kosovo's June 8 parliamentary elections.
Polls have opened in Kosovo's snap parliamentary elections. The vote will determine the composition of the parliament, which will then select Kosovo's next prime minister and government. Video from polling stations in Prishtina. (RFE/RL's Balkan Service)