Human Rights

Roma in Kosovo: 'My children are poisoned by lead'

Roma who were placed in improvised UN camps after the war in Kosovo say they still suffer the legacy of lead poisoning.

Roma in Kosovo: 'My children are poisoned by lead'

Politics

Serbians vote in snap parliamentary poll

Election seen as de facto referendum on PM Vucic's bid to lead Balkan nation towards European Union membership.

US Elections 2016

Kosovo shops celebrate Hillary Clinton and her style

As the US heads into Super Tuesday, the family-run "Hillary" boutiques are a symbol of Kosovar support for Clinton.

Kosovo shops celebrate Hillary Clinton and her style

Kosovo

Kosovo protesters demand resignation of government

Thousands attend anti-government event in Pristina on eighth anniversary of country's declaration of independence.

Kosovo protesters demand resignation of government

Kosovo

Who are the Kosovar fighters in Syria?

Family members tell the stories of brothers and uncles killed fighting for ISIL and other armed groups in Syria.

Who are the Kosovar fighters in Syria?

Europe

Kosovo protesters clash with police over Serbia deal

Several thousand ethnic Albanians protest against EU-brokered deal that will give ethnic Serbs greater local powers.

Kosovo protesters clash with police over Serbia deal

Environment

Life near coal mines: Kosovo's dying villages

In Kosovo’s coal country, residents living in the polluting shadows of two power plants may soon contend with a third.

Life near coal mines: Kosovo's dying villages

Politics

Voices from Kosovo: We want 'discussion, not violence'

Kosovars in Pristina react to legislators using tear gas to voice discontent over a EU-brokered government agreement.

Voices from Kosovo: We want 'discussion, not violence'

Politics

Kosovars use bricks, tear gas protesting EU agreement

The government's association of Serb municipalities agreement with EU has met with widespread discontent in Kosovo.

Kosovars use bricks, tear gas protesting EU agreement

Women Make Change

On the road with Kosovo's first female president

An intimate portrait of Atifete Jahjaga, the 40-year-old president determined to help survivors of wartime rape.

On the road with Kosovo's first female president

Kosovo

Kosovo opposition MP released after violent protests

Albin Kurti, who set off tear gas in parliament last week, was let go after hundreds of protesters clashed with police.

Kosovo opposition MP released after violent protests

Politics

Protesting MPs release tear gas in Kosovo parliament

At least two MP's faint after opposition legislators release clouds of tear gas in protest at deal reached with Serbia.

Protesting MPs release tear gas in Kosovo parliament

Magazine

A refugee tale: Memoirs of a European refugee

Eki Rrahmani fled Kosovo in an oil tanker, but what will become of this century's refugees, he asks.

A refugee tale: Memoirs of a European refugee

Sport

Kosovo inching closer to its World Cup dream

Football team to be granted permission for European competitions this week; FIFA decision to follow next year.

Kosovo inching closer to its World Cup dream

Sport

Kosovo makes its world swimming titles debut

Seven years after declaring independence from Serbia, Kosovo is competing in its first world swimming titles in Russia.