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Former Kosovo Liberation Army commander Fatmir Limaj, on trial for war crimes alongside nine others for allegedly torturing Albanian and Serb detainees, has been put back under house arrest.
As Kosovo parliamentarians prepare to vote on the EU-brokered deal between Pristina and Belgrade, the opposition Vetevendosje [Self-Determination] movement set alight copies of the agreement.
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.
Under fire from ex-Kosovo Liberation Army fighters and war veterans’ groups, the EU rule-of-law mission said it would continue to prosecute suspects despite the criticism.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter to find a solution that would enable Kosovo football players to play official FIFA games.
Kosovo officials have raised concerns that they may not be able to afford to properly compensate wartime rape victims despite pressure from rights campaigners.
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.
As Pristina and Belgrade mull the EU-brokered deal of April 19, Kosovo's parliament backs reciprocal rights for ethnic Albanians in southern Serbia.
The Red Cross appealed for new information to help find the bodies of Kosovo’s 1,700 wartime missing, but their families accused Serbia of concealing the locations of graves.
The German government has recommended parliament to back the offer to Serbia of a start date for EU accession talks.
Veteran German diplomat says 1972 treaty between East and West Germany holds lessons for Kosovo and Serbia.
President Bujar Nishani on Tuesday said he would not participate in the summit of the South-East European Cooperation Process, SEECP, after his Kosovo counterpart was not invited.
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.