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FIFA president Sepp Blatter to find a solution that would enable Kosovo football players to play official FIFA games.
The Serbian authorities will again investigate a suspected mass grave in the south-western town of Raska that could contain the bodies of ethnic Albanians killed during the Kosovo war.
Ties between Belgrade and Pristina will now be handled directly by new liaison officers in another step towards implementing their EU-brokered deal aimed at normalising relations.
Kosovo's alleged receipt of a verbal recognition pledge from Yemen raises questions about the number of countries that have actually recognised its independence.
Belgrade and Pristina have failed to make headway during negotiations on an international dialling code for Kosovo and a licence for a Serbian mobile phone operator in Kosovo.
Families of ethnic Albanian civilians killed by Serb forces in 1999 in Kosovo told the war crimes trial of 13 Serb fighters how their homes were burned and relatives killed.
Three former Kosovo Liberation Army guerrillas known as the ‘Llapi Group’ have been convicted of torturing wartime prisoners and sentenced to a total of 13 years in prison.
The Islamic Community of Kosovo is investigating a mufti who called women who have sex before marriage' sluts', 'bitches' and 'garbage'.
As Pristina and Belgrade mull the EU-brokered deal of April 19, Kosovo's parliament backs reciprocal rights for ethnic Albanians in southern Serbia.
Former Kosovo Liberation Army commander Fatmir Limaj, on trial for war crimes alongside nine others for allegedly torturing Albanian and Serb detainees, has been released from house arrest.
A court has acquitted five defendants accused of staging a hate campaign in the media against BIRN director Jeta Xharra.
At the trial of 13 former Serbian fighters charged with war crimes in Kosovo, three witnesses recalled the attack on their village of Zahac in May 1999.
Kosovo's public service broadcaster, RTK, has launched a second channel, RTK 2, targeting Kosovo's largest minority communities.
A former security commander, a mayor and five other ex-Kosovo Liberation Army fighters were remanded in custody over allegations that they abused prisoners at a wartime jail.
Macedonian plans to host a summit of regional presidents end in fiasco after most of the guests pull out for a variety of reasons - forcing Macedonia's president to call off the meeting.
TV Centar - whose director is a former Orthodox monk - went on air on Wednesday with the mission to better inform the Serbian community throughout Kosovo.
As the EU organizes a second media freedom conference on June 20, the jury is out on whether Brussels has positively affected a generally deteriorating situation for the media in the region.
Kosovo said it will sue companies that establish contracts with the Trepca industrial complex after the US firm New Generation Power did so without due consultation.
Turkish soaps have replaced Latin American shows as must-sees for many TV viewers in the Balkans - tapping into nostalgia for a system of family values that people in the region have lost, and lament.