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FIFA president Sepp Blatter to find a solution that would enable Kosovo football players to play official FIFA games.
The Hollywood director and screenwriter has recalled the longtime leader of Yugoslavia who died in 1980 as a heroic figure for bridging East and West.
Details of the alleged violent abuse of prisoners by seven ex-Kosovo Liberation Army guerrillas under investigation for war crimes have emerged in a document received by BIRN.
Thousands joined a mass protest in Pristina urging the release of Kosovo’s former security forces commander and six other ex-guerrillas who are being held on suspicion of war crimes.
Kosovo officials expressed anger after they weren't invited to take part in the South-East European Cooperation Process summit in Macedonia, mostly due to objections from Serbia.
Economists from Kosovo and Serbia debated the future of the disputed Trepca mine complex, which according to estimates could be exploited profitably for decades to come.
Montenegrin police arrested one of the sons of Kosovo-born narcotics trafficking suspect Naser Kelmendi early on Friday at one of the country's border crossings.
Authorities in Pristina have dedicated a commemorative plaque to victims of the Holocaust, a number of whom were saved by Kosovo Albanians during World War II.
The Amnesty International Report for 2012 listed war crimes prosecutions and discrimination against sexual and ethnic minorities as among the most pressing rights issues in the Balkans.
Five-year sentence for ex-prosecutor who offered to drop investigations against bank officials in exchange for bribes.
Police have detained the mayor of Skenderaj/Srbice, Sami Lushtaku, and four other suspects for alleged war crimes against civilian prisoners during the 1999 conflict.
Leaders of Serbia and Kosovo have agreed on a harmonized plan to implement the recent Brussels-led agreement, the EU foreign policy chief announced.
The Serbian special police unit officer detained on suspicion of helping to massacre at least 65 Albanian civilians in a Kosovo village in 1999 is Vladan Krstovic, BIRN can reveal.
Some of the journalists accused of waging a hate campaign against BIRN Kosovo director Jeta Xharra said their articles had been misinterpreted.
Serbian police have arrested two men, including a current member of the country’s special police unit, on suspicion that they helped murder at least 65 Albanian civilians in a Kosovo village.
Sami Lushtaku, one of six defendants accused of waging a hate campaign against BIRN Kosovo director Jeta Xharra, said he “had reasons to believe BIRN is linked to Serbian secret services”.
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.