Senior officials of the former Kosovo Liberation Army face indictment by a special EU court for alleged killings, abductions, and sexual violence.
One hundred years after the beginning of World War I, historians are still wondering how it started. Meanwhile many of the rest of us wonder if the global situation today is as perilous as it was on the eve of that cataclysm.
Four men who set off on a 2,500 kilometer trek from the town of Gjilan in eastern Kosovo finally reached their destination in Brussels on July 17 after 78 grueling days on the road.
A summit of eight leaders from Southeastern Europe will take place on July 15 in Dubrovnik, with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in attendance to discuss the region's further approach to the European Union.
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.