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

Literature

Outrage in Bosnia, Kosovo over Peter Handke's Nobel prize win

PEN America slams decision to award literary prize to Austrian author, who has denied the Srebrenica genocide.

Outrage in Bosnia, Kosovo over Peter Handke's Nobel prize win

Europe

'New chapter': What a left-wing victory means for Kosovo

Self Determination Movement won snap polls against backdrop of Kosovo's sour relations with Serbia and corruption.

'New chapter': What a left-wing victory means for Kosovo

Kosovo

Opposition parties beat 'war wing' in Kosovo elections

Leftist-nationalist Vetevendosje in first place with nearly 26 percent of vote with over 90 percent of ballots counted.

Opposition parties beat 'war wing' in Kosovo elections

Elections

Kosovo votes amid pressure to restart peace talks with Serbia

Winner likely to face pressure to renew dialogue with Serbia, which continues to reject Kosovo's independence.

Kosovo votes amid pressure to restart peace talks with Serbia

Kosovo

Four things to know about Kosovo's snap elections

Europe's youngest country holds fourth parliamentary poll since independence from Serbia.

All you need to know about Kosovo's snap parliamentary elections

Kosovo

The painful process of identifying Kosovo's dead

Forensic efforts to identify remains from 1998-1999 war, which involve reopening graves, draw support and resistance.

International Day of the Disappeared: Finding Kosovo's missing

Opinion

Why Kosovo keeps extending blind support to Israel

And why its hopes for recognition from Israel keep getting crushed.

Denijal Jegic

by Denijal Jegic

Denijal Jegic

Europe

Kosovo disbands parliament amid political crisis

New election likely within six weeks but no single political grouping is expected to win a clear majority.

Crisis-hit Kosovo disbands parliament

The Listening Post

Rewriting Yugoslav history: Serbian war criminals-turned authors

Historical revisionism in former Yugoslavia and how inmates have gone from convicted war criminals to published authors.