Europe

Serbia, Kosovo renew 'very difficult' talks led by Macron, Merkel

The leaders of Serbia and Kosovo begin the 'very difficult' process aimed at resolving their territorial dispute.

Serbia, Kosovo renew 'very difficult' talks led by Macron, Merkel

Kosovo

Kosovo president says he will resign if indictment confirmed

Thaci says he will resign if a special court in The Hague confirms war crimes charges levied against him last week.

Kosovo president says he will resign if indictment confirmed

Kosovo

Kosovo's president: Indictment an attempt to rewrite history

Thaci is accused of murder, forced disappearance and torture against Kosovo Albanian, Serb and Roma victims.

Kosovo's president: Indictment an attempt to rewrite history

Europe

Kosovo's President Thaci, nine others indicted for war crimes

Court probing crimes committed during and after Kosovo's war with Serbia indicts Hashim Thaci and nine former fighters.

Kosovo's President Thaci, nine others indicted for war crimes

Kosovo

Kosovo legislators vote in new centre-right prime minister

Cabinet of Avdullah Hoti, of the Democratic League of Kosovo, approved by a razor-thin majority.

Kosovo legislators vote in new centre-right prime minister

Kosovo

Kosovo: The 92-year-old woman alone in an abandoned village

Vladica Dicic, an ethnic Serb, has befriended an Albanian who visits regularly, describing him as her 'third son'.

Kosovo: The 92-year-old woman alone in an abandoned village

Coronavirus pandemic

Coronavirus crisis 'like no other' as cases near 2m: Live updates

IMF issues stark economic warning as confirmed infections worldwide approach the 2m mark and death toll tops 120,000.

Coronavirus crisis 'like no other' as cases near 2m: Live updates

Opinion

Despite good news, the Western Balkans are in trouble

Progress on Euro-Atlantic integration may not stave off major challenges the region is facing.

Dimitar Bechev

by Dimitar Bechev

Dimitar Bechev

Opinion

Trump is looking for a foreign policy coup in the Balkans

But Kosovo and Serbia will test Trump's diplomacy.

Dimitar Bechev

by Dimitar Bechev

Dimitar Bechev

Kosovo

Kosovo's new government includes most women since independence

Appointment of six women in leadership posts represents highest percentage since end of the war more than 20 years ago.

Kosovo's new government includes most women since independence

Europe

'Another milestone': Kosovo and Serbia sign rail, road deals

Presidents of Serbia and Kosovo announce US-brokered deal to connect their capitals by rail and road.

'Another milestone': Kosovo and Serbia sign rail, road deals

Kosovo

Kosovo parties reach long-awaited deal to form government

The deal comes one day before a deadline by which Kosovo's parliament must elect a new prime minister.

Kosovo parties reach long-awaited deal to form government

Sweden

Kosovo to boycott Nobel ceremony over Handke's literature prize

Up to 1,000 people expected to protest against controversial win of Handke, criticised as an apologist for Milosevic.

Kosovo to boycott Nobel ceremony over Handke's literature prize

Opinion

Trump, the EU and the Kosovo conundrum

The US and EU's contradictory policies on Kosovo could undermine the stability of the Western Balkans.

Una Hajdari

by Una Hajdari

Una Hajdari

Bosnia

Mothers of Srebrenica call for Handke's Nobel prize to be revoked

Group comprised of relatives of thousands massacred in 1995 say prestigious prize awarded to genocide denier.

Mothers of Srebrenica call for Handke's Nobel prize to be revoked