Kosovo police have arrested dozens of opposition members, including one of its leaders who was wanted for violent actions that disrupted the country’s parliament.
After 16 years, NATO has lifted airspace restrictions over Serbia which it first imposed during in 1999 conflict in Kosovo. (RFE/RL's Balkan Service)
Police clashed with demonstrators outside Kosovo's parliament in Pristina for a second straight day, after the arrest of an opposition lawmaker.
Kosovo police have used tear gas to disperse demonstrators gathered to protest the arrest of an opposition lawmaker.
Kosovar police have arrested an opposition lawmaker amid a deepening political crisis over relations with neighboring Serbia.
Protesters and riot police clashed on the streets of Kosovo's capital, Pristina, over a controversial agreement that would give more powers to Serb-dominated areas. (RFE/RL's Balkan Service)
Opposition lawmakers in Kosovo have fired tear gas and pepper spray in parliament in a deepening political crisis over relations with Serbia.
Authorities in Kosovo say they have arrested three people suspected of organizing and taking part in terrorist activities.
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandr Vucic paid his respects on November 11 to Muslim victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, four months after being chased from the town by a stone-throwing mob.
Kosovo's Constitutional Court has suspended a deal with Serbia that would have given more powers to Serb-dominated areas in Kosovo, an agreement that has sparked violent opposition protests in Pristina for two months.
Kosovo's Constitutional Court on November 10 delayed implementation of an agreement on Serb minority rights that was brokered by the European Union.
Kosovo has failed to win membership in UNESCO, falling short in a narrow vote that Serbia’s president swiftly hailed as a “victory” for his country.