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Several thousand ethnic Albanians protest against EU-brokered deal that will give ethnic Serbs greater local powers.
Environment28 Dec 2015 13:51 GMT
In Kosovo’s coal country, residents living in the polluting shadows of two power plants may soon contend with a third.
Politics24 Dec 2015 12:31 GMT
Kosovars in Pristina react to legislators using tear gas to voice discontent over a EU-brokered government agreement.
Politics21 Dec 2015 11:49 GMT
The government's association of Serb municipalities agreement with EU has met with widespread discontent in Kosovo.
Women Make Change21 Oct 2015 12:56 GMT
An intimate portrait of Atifete Jahjaga, the 40-year-old president determined to help survivors of wartime rape.
Kosovo13 Oct 2015 06:49 GMT
Albin Kurti, who set off tear gas in parliament last week, was let go after hundreds of protesters clashed with police.
Politics08 Oct 2015 13:39 GMT
At least two MP's faint after opposition legislators release clouds of tear gas in protest at deal reached with Serbia.
Magazine25 Sep 2015 09:14 GMT
Eki Rrahmani fled Kosovo in an oil tanker, but what will become of this century's refugees, he asks.
Sport15 Sep 2015 12:51 GMT
Football team to be granted permission for European competitions this week; FIFA decision to follow next year.
Sport14 Aug 2015 13:58 GMT
Seven years after declaring independence from Serbia, Kosovo is competing in its first world swimming titles in Russia.
Europe12 Jul 2015 07:27 GMT
Arrest of five men prompts halt on water supplies, but tests find no evidence of toxic contamination.
Human Rights19 Jun 2015 18:11 GMT
How Kosovo is giving a public airing to the reality of wartime rape.
Al Jazeera World03 Jun 2015 08:54 GMT
The story of how the women of a Kosovan village rebuilt their lives after many of their men were killed in 1999.
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How Bosnia and Herzegovina's sitting volleyball team overcame war injuries to win gold at the 2012 London Paralympics.
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