Kosovar police say an opposition leader has been arrested for obstructing an official from performing his duties.
A Belgrade-based nongovernmental organization has revoked the invitation sent to Kosovar Foreign Minister Hashim Thaci to attend a regional conference later this week.
Serbian authorities have threatened to arrest Kosovar Foreign Minister Hashim Thaci, who is scheduled to attend a regional conference in Belgrade next week.
A new report says the European Union's law-enforcing mission in Kosovo did not try to cover up corruption allegations against some of its members.
Senior officials from six Balkan nations discussed regional infrastructure projects in Kosovo on March 25.
The United States will present 10 women from around the world with the 2015 Secretary of State’s International Women of Courage Award.
The Austrian government has published an appeal in Kosovo's largest daily newspaper warning Kosovars against trying to seek asylum in Austria.
Kosovo marked the seventh anniversary of independence from Serbia on February 17 with Prime Minister Isa Mustafa urging citizens not to leave the mainly ethnic Albanian territory as it grapples with a deep economic crisis.
Tens of thousands of Kosovars left the country in 2014 and the rate of out migration has jumped 40 percent since December. Asylum seekers in the EU from Kosovo now outnumber those from Syria and Afghanistan.
Serbian security forces have increased patrols and deployed elite units in an effort to stop thousands of migrants from crossing its border into Hungary.
Serbia and Kosovo have reached an agreement to establish an ethnically mixed court in the northern Mitrovica region during EU-brokered talks in Brussels.
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic voiced hope on February 9 that his country could make progress soon in its bid for EU membership ahead of talks in Brussels on resuming efforts to normalize ties with Kosovo.